Biden vows to be 'totally transparent' on his health if elected

Biden vows to be 'totally transparent' on his health if elected
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“I guarantee you, I will be totally transparent in terms of my health and all aspects of my health,” Biden told CNN’s Jake TapperJacob (Jake) Paul TapperThe media's misleading use of COVID-19 data Julia Louis-Dreyfus: 'We can't spend much time grieving' Ginsburg Pence aide dismisses concerns rushed vote on Trump nominee will hurt vulnerable senators MORE in an interview that aired Thursday.

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Biden noted that he has previously been open about his health records during his time as vice president. 

“That's what I did,” Biden said. “I laid out my health records in more detail, pages and pages of it, when I became vice president. I laid it all out, everything, my entire background relating to my health.”

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“And when it comes to Donald Trump vs. me, just look at us, OK?” Biden said. “Just look at us. Who seems to be in shape?”

Biden touted his experience as vice president as evidence that he's fit for the job. 

“I know what the job takes," Biden said. "I have sat for hundreds of hours in the Situation Room. For eight years, I was vice president, on every major decision. I know how difficult the job is.”