As we've covered, former Vice President Joe Biden has been a walking gaffe machine on the 2020 campaign trail. He has made so many errors, it does not seem out of the question to wonder if he is suffering from dementia. Now, America may soon find out all of his medical history and answer that question. On Friday, Biden pledged to release his medical records.
"Biden just committed to releasing his medical records before the first votes, when asked by @igorbobic," Bo Erickson of CBS tweeted.
“What the hell concern is it you? Man, you wanna wrestle?" Biden joked. "When I get my next physical...before the first vote, I'll release my medical records. I mean there's no reason not to release my medical records," he added.
Asked if he’ll release his medical records to address concerns raised by rivals, Biden jokes to me, “What the hell concerns. Man, you wanna wrestle?”— Igor Bobic (@igorbobic) September 13, 2019
He adds he’ll release them “when I get the next physical, before there’s a first vote.”
In Thursday night's debate, former Obama Housing Secretary Julian Castro tried making it a point that Biden was too old to run the country.
"My plan would do that. Your plan would not," Castro said.
"They do not have to buy-in. They do not have to buy-in," Biden responded.
"You just said that. You just said that two minutes ago. You just said two minutes ago that they would have to buy in. You said they would have to buy in. Are you forgetting what you said two minutes ago? Are you forgetting what you just said two minutes ago?" Castro said to boos as Biden tried to figure out what Castro had said.