Joe Biden appears to have a cold.
Or does he?
The 78 year old allaeged President Elect Joe Biden, appeared to be suffering from a cold on Monday, as he gave a speech. The continued coughing had many people asking if this was indeed a cold.
Questions surrounding the 78 year old’s health have been top of mind lately, as concerns continue to mount over the state of his apparent cognitive decline as well as the thing on everyone’s mind:
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Joe Biden is after all, in the age demographic deemed to be “at risk” by medical professionals and researchers.
Take a look:
The Daily Wire reported:
Joe Biden admitted late on Monday to having “a little bit of a cold” after he repeatedly coughed and cleared his throat during a speech earlier in the evening in which he called for unity and healing after attacking President Donald Trump and Republicans.
“Thank you, I have a little bit of a cold, I’m sorry, but look, you know, you did it, you did it, not a joke,” Biden said during a live stream, according to Fox News. “This campaign for president was more like the first time I ran as a 29-year-old for the Senate. I believed that ordinary folks and extraordinary folks would get together and make this work. You didn’t let us down. You didn’t let the country down. I really mean it, think about it.”
Fox News had more to say:
Biden’s voice was slightly hoarse during the address, which took place shortly after he surpassed the 270-vote threshold required to win the White House. The president-elect admitted feeling under the weather during a virtual call with supporters after the speech.
The Biden-Harris team has undergone frequent tests for COVID-19 in recent weeks. Biden was most recently tested for the virus last Friday, according to White House pool reports. That test came back negative.
Biden won 306 in the Electoral College, the same number that President Trump earned in his victory over Hillary Clinton in 2016. In his speech, the president-elect noted that judges across the country had found “no cause or evidence was found to reverse or question or dispute the results” despite the Trump campaign’s ongoing legal challenge.