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Joe Biden is confronted with increasing questions about his health after a series of verbal blunders and after his eye was seen full of blood in a CNN town hall last week

Joe Biden faces questions about his health because one of his Democratic rivals says the former vice-president is going back & # 39; and not the & # 39; energy & # 39; has to campaign

  • Joe Biden is confronted with increasing questions about his health
  • Tim Ryan, a rival for the 2020 Democratic nomination, said Biden & # 39; is declining & # 39;
  • & # 39; That's the perception people get from the vice president – the declining & # 39 ;, said Ryan, a Democratic congressman from Ohio.
  • & # 39; We must formulate a very, very clear vision for the country. And it must be done in a very energetic way. And that's all I have to say, & he said
  • Biden's health questions arose after a number of verbal blisters and after his eye was filled with blood at a CNN town hall
  • Biden blamed the eye incident on his contacts. & # 39; It was my contact lens, & # 39; he said. & # 39; I think I, you know, if you take it out, I think my eye is bruised & # 39;
  • & # 39; I will fully disclose everything about my health, & # 39; he told an NH newspaper
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Joe Biden faces increasing health concerns with one of his rivals for the Democratic nomination who says the former vice president & # 39; is declining & # 39; and not the & # 39; energy & # 39; has for the campaign.

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& # 39; I just think Biden is going backwards, & # 39; said Tim Ryan Bloomberg News. & # 39; I don't think he has the energy. You see it almost daily. And I love the man. & # 39;

Biden, 76, was confronted with questions about his mental ability to hire President Donald Trump after a series of verbal blisters, but questions about his health rose after his eye was filled with blood during a CNN town hall debate about the climate on Wednesday night.

Joe Biden is confronted with increasing questions about his health after a series of verbal blunders and after his eye was seen full of blood in a CNN town hall last week

Joe Biden is confronted with increasing questions about his health after a series of verbal blunders and after his eye was seen full of blood in a CNN town hall last week

Tim Ryan, a rival for the 2020 Democratic nomination, said Biden & # 39; is declining & # 39;

Tim Ryan, a rival for the 2020 Democratic nomination, said Biden & # 39; is declining & # 39;

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Tim Ryan, a rival for the 2020 Democratic nomination, said Biden & # 39; is declining & # 39;

Biden, who leads the elections for the Democratic nomination, blamed the contact with his contacts.

& # 39; It was my contact lens, & # 39; he told the Laconia Daily Sun. & # 39; I think I, you know, when you take it out, I think my eye is bruised. & # 39;

The former vice president also told the New Hampshire newspaper that it is perfectly suitable for people to look at my age.

& # 39; Just like when I was 29, was I old enough? And now, am I fit enough? I will fully reveal everything about my health. I'm in good shape, & he added.

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The Biden campaign did not respond to DailyMail.com asking whether the former vice president will release his health records and when.

Biden took no questions from reporters after his speech at the New Hampshire Democratic Party State Convention on Saturday, on the occasion of his second day campaigning in the state where he did not speak to the reporters who followed his campaign.

He did give interviews to local New Hampshire news stores.

In the meantime, Ryan was stuck with his remarks about Biden during an exchange with reporters after his speech to the party loyal to the state convention, which is triggering the fall season in the important early-voting state in the primary democratic process.

& # 39; That's the perception people get from the vice president – the declining & # 39 ;, said Ryan, a Democratic congressman from Ohio.

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He refused to clarify if he meant to refuse mentally or in the polls.

& # 39; I don't really want to go into that too much, & # 39; he said.

& # 39; I think this will be a very long campaign. And we must formulate a very, very clear vision for the country. And it must be done in a very energetic way. And that's all I have to say, & said Ryan, 46.

Under pressure from reporters on this issue, Ryan, who is barely 1 percent in the polls and did not qualify for the next Democratic primary debate in Houston next week, did not become more specific.

& # 39; I will fully disclose everything about my health, & # 39; said Biden to a newspaper in New Hampshire

& # 39; I will fully disclose everything about my health, & # 39; said Biden to a newspaper in New Hampshire

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& # 39; I will fully disclose everything about my health, & # 39; said Biden to a newspaper in New Hampshire

Joe Biden and Tim Ryan during a democratic event in Iowa last month

Joe Biden and Tim Ryan during a democratic event in Iowa last month

Joe Biden and Tim Ryan during a democratic event in Iowa last month

& # 39; Well, I made the statement. It was a comment I made. And that, you know, I'm not going back. It is a concern that you hear from many people in the country. And I don't think I should talk to anyone about it. It's out there. I said it. And there are many more things I want to talk about, & he said.

He added to Biden: & # 39; I'm just saying it's sometimes unclear when he confuses positions. There is a lack of clarity. And I will leave it at that. & # 39;

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Ryan said that he & # 39; no & # 39; worried about the age of the former vice president.

& # 39; I love the vice president, & # 39; he remarked.

Ryan said he hasn't talked to Biden since he made his remarks and last saw him in Iowa a few weeks ago.

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