Is Joe Biden, 80, fit to serve another four years? Doctors are concerned about President’s health after a first term marred by gaffes and falls.

After officially launching his reelection campaign, President Joe Biden, 80, has raised concerns about his fitness to serve another term.

They are concerned that Biden, who will be 86 at the end of his second presidency, is already showing signs of ‘cognitive deterioration’ and that the stress of another presidency may worsen his condition and increase the likelihood of an on-screen accident.

The President’s first term has been distinguished by a number of high-profile blunders, mishaps, and visual signs of disorientation, such as stumbling up the steps of Air Force One and falling off his bike in Delaware.