Democratic Governors Question Biden’s Health and Leadership After Private Meeting

A recent meeting between Joe Biden and around 20 Democratic governors, including Minnesota’s Tim Walz, Maryland’s Wes Moore, and New York’s Kathy Hochul, aimed to reassure the party faithful about the president’s candidacy. However, notable absences of California Governor Gavin Newsom and Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer post-meeting raised eyebrows.

Subsequent leaks shed light on Biden’s disclosure during the meeting that he had recently undergone a medical checkup after a debate. The president assured the governors of his good health, attributing the check-up to lingering cold symptoms. This revelation raised questions about the timing of the examination and the lack of public disclosure despite intense media scrutiny post-debate.

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre’s ambiguous response regarding Biden’s post-debate examination further fueled doubts. The leaked information and the press secretary’s evasive stance suggest a lack of transparency within the administration, potentially undermining efforts to reassure party members.

Concerns from governors Michelle Lujan Grisham and Janet Mills about their traditionally blue states being in play signal potential trouble for Biden’s support base. Internal polling from Open Labs hinting at New Mexico’s viability for Republicans adds to the growing unease within the Democratic ranks, exacerbated by leaked staff concerns regarding the uncertainty surrounding Biden’s future prospects.

The discord and skepticism within the Democratic camp following the meeting paint a picture of an administration struggling to maintain cohesion and confidence, raising doubts about Biden’s leadership and the party’s political trajectory.

Written by Staff Reports

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