Former White House physician echoes Trump’s accusation of Biden drug use for debates
A former White House physician underscored President Trump’s claim that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden might take performance enhancing drugs before debating him on Tuesday night.
“Obviously something is going on with this man at this point,” Ronny Jackson said on Fox News’s “Hannity.” “I think it’s completely reasonable to ask if he’s being medicated because there have been a couple of times where he has come out and looked a little more energetic than he has in the last few months.”
Jackson, a Trump loyalist and candidate for a congressional race in Texas, said it is possible Biden is having “good days and bad days” as part of what he called the former vice president’s “cognitive decline.”
Sean Hannity brings on Dr. Ronny Jackson, former White House physician turned Trumpy congressional candidate, specifically to accuse Biden of using PEDs:
“But I think it’s reasonable to ask if he’s taking medications to help him with his alertness and his memory.” pic.twitter.com/HFqtBgsjKB
— Justin Baragona (@justinbaragona) September 29, 2020
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