George Stephanopoulos Caught On Camera Doubting Biden, Just Days After Interview | EUROtoday

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ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos was requested by an individual on a road in New York on Tuesday if he thought President Joe Biden ought to stop his 2024 marketing campaign.

“I don’t think he can serve four more years,” replied Stephanopoulos, who sat down with Biden for an interview final week in what was basically a harm limitation train for the president following his disastrous debate efficiency in opposition to presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump.

“You don’t think he can serve four more years? Alright. That’s an answer,” the individual responded to the journalist.

Stephanopoulos later advised Puck News, “Earlier today I responded to a question from a passerby. I shouldn’t have.” Stephanopoulos “expressed his own point of view and not the position” of the community, added a spokesperson for ABC News.

Biden downplayed fears about his psychological health through the interview with Stephanopoulos, which aired Friday amid rising calls from Democrats for the president to desert the race.

At one level, Stephanopoulos requested Biden if he disputed “that there have been more lapses, especially in the last several months?”

“Can I run the 100 in 10 flat? No. But I’m still in good shape,” Biden responded.

He later dismissed the notion of being “more frail.”