However, questions have been raised about Mr. Biden’s mental and physical insight. On Thursday, the president accidentally called Kamala Harris, vice president, “President Harris”.
Throughout the election campaign, he indulged in numerous messes, scrambled words, mispronounced words and misidentifying people, like calling his wife Jill his sister.
A senior pro-Kremlin politician in Russia accused Biden of suffering from dementia on Thursday, counterattacking after the US president called his counterpart Vladimir Putin a “killer.”
Republican detractors have long claimed that the president suffers from senility.
“I remember the press criticizing Trump for hitting the rail once,” a cheerful Donald Trump Jnr tweeted, sharing the clip of the incident. “Biden falls over and over, but I’m sure he’s the picture of health. No wonder all our enemies are simultaneously rushing in and laughing at him publicly. ”
The president’s latest medical report showed no signs of degenerative disease.
Mr Biden survived two brain aneurysms in the late 1980s – one did not rupture. And although the disease was later complicated by deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism, her doctor at the time said there were no serious threats to her health and medical conditions.
Despite this, a new poll shows that the number of Americans who approve of Mr Biden has risen steadily since taking office, according to a Reuters / Ipsos poll released on Friday, prompted by the concrete steps his administration has taken to deal with the crisis. public health and the economic crisis. caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The March 17-18 National Opinion Poll found that 59% of adults in the United States approved of Biden’s overall work performance, while 35% disapproved of it and 6% said they were unsure.
The number of adults who approve of Mr. Biden has increased by about 4 percentage points since a poll that took place in late January, and the increase is largely due to an increase in Mr. Biden’s popularity among politicians. independent.
Mr. Biden and Ms Harris will later meet with community leaders and state lawmakers from the Asian-American and Pacific Islander community in Atlanta, Georgia, to hear concerns about the murders and discuss the rise in anti-Asian hate crimes .