Biden suffers through coughing fit during climate change speech

November 16, 2023

President Joe Biden's health -- as well as his age -- has undoubtedly contributed to his dwindling polling numbers.

The elderly, often-confused president continues to have problems of all sorts, including health-related problems, that continue to raise concerns for the Democratic Party -- and Democrat voters.

According to the Washington Examiner, Biden struggled during a recent climate change speech, coughing and stuttering his way through. It was so bad that clips of it went viral on social media this week.

"Throughout his remarks, Biden was heard coughing, slurring, and struggling to stay on teleprompter..." Fox News host Sean Hannity wrote on X.

Biden's latest health-related scare came during his speech at the CHIPS and Science Act summit.

"The CHIPS and Science Act I signed last year ... excuse me," Biden said, coughing for roughly 10 seconds during the speech.

He continued, "I signed last year, excuse me. ... I signed last year positions us to lead in semiconductor manufacturing and innovation, which is critical to clean energy development and deployment."

After regaining his composure to some degree, Biden went on to talk about other related subjects.

"It was truly inspirational hearing from experts from all across the government, private sector, and academia, touching on so many fields," Biden said.

He added, "I saw a prosthetic arm that can sense touch, and it's controlled by one's thoughts. A prosthetic arm. It's just like your hand β€” you think you want to move your finger ... you can do it. It's an incredible breakthrough."

"In this administration, America will be the place where great science changes what's possible. That's why I've never been more optimistic about America's future."

"Biden is coughing, slurring his words, and losing to the teleprompter a day before his meeting with Xi," Citizen Free Press said.

The Examiner noted Biden's plummeting polling numbers regarding his age issues.

Rasmussen Reports found that 72% of likely voters believe that Biden's age could be a "serious problem" in terms of his chances of winning reelection. Recent incidents regarding trips and falls, malapropisms, and losing his train of thought have caused people on both sides of the aisle to worry whether he can handle a second term as president.

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