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Biden To Avoid Second Straight Super Bowl Pre-Game Interview

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President Joe Biden has decided to skip the tradition of sitting for an interview during the Super Bowl, a move likely to raise questions about his cognitive abilities.

This decision, notable in an election year, contrasts with past presidents who sought to leverage the event’s broad viewership.

Former President Donald Trump also skipped an interview during his presidency in 2018.

“We hope viewers enjoy watching what they tuned in for — the game,” White House spokesperson Ben LaBolt said.

The absence of two consecutive Super Bowl interviews may fuel speculation about the White House’s confidence in Biden’s cognitive abilities.

Former White House doctor and current GOP congressman Ronny Jackson has repeatedly expressed concerns about Biden’s cognitive decline, pointing out its rapid progression and its impact on the country’s leadership.

“[The decline is] happening quickly,” Jackson said of Biden.

Jackson emphasized the need for someone in Biden’s inner circle to address the issue and stressed that Biden is not fit mentally or physically for the presidency, citing concerns about national security and leadership.

“I’ve taken care of three presidents… so I know firsthand what it takes to be the commander-in-chief and the head of state. It’s a grueling job, both mentally and physically. This man can’t do the job. He’s proven to us every single day that he can’t do the job, but this is going to get worse,” Jackson said.

“It’s just unbelievable how much he’s degenerated just during his time in office. We cannot afford to have this man in office for the remainder of this term and then [for] another four years after that. He’s already putting us at great risk right now.”

“[Look at] the wars that we’re getting drawn into. Things that wouldn’t happen if Donald Trump were there because our enemies don’t fear us anymore. They have no respect for us anymore and our adversaries don’t trust us anymore, and it’s because we don’t have the leadership in the White House that we need,” he said.

“It’s because this man, even if he wanted to, he cannot provide that leadership. He is not physically and cognitively fit for office anymore, and somebody in his inner circle needs to step up to the plate and make him aware of this, and he needs to move on for the safety and security of this country,” Jackson added.

“I don’t want to sound like a broken record, but I’m just going to say it again: This man’s not fit mentally or physically to be our president,” Jackson said.

“It’s just a bad situation for us,” he added. “Part of the job of the president of the United States is to inspire confidence and to project power. And he’s not doing that. He can’t do that. He’s too old to do that.”

These concerns have been amplified by Biden’s recent fall on stage during the Air Force Academy commencement.

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