According to Jean-Pierre, Biden's nomination for the presidency is unlikely to be hindered by health problems. Thus, she rejected the fears of journalists that, due to advanced age, when elected for a new term, Biden would not be able to properly fulfill the duties assigned to him.
By the time the new election campaign begins, Biden will already be 81 years old. Nevertheless, the press secretary of the head of state indicated that now the president is full of energy and strength - so much so that "you can't keep up with him".
“Just look at the work he does and see what he does, how he works for the American public”, - Kommersant quoted the White House spokeswoman as saying.
Jean-Pierre suggested that voters not think that Joe Biden's age could be a "major problem" but instead focus on what needs to be done to "help the American people". She noted that the president is “focused and will continue to focus on this”.
“All I can say is that the president has repeatedly said that he plans to run in 2024, and let's stop there”, - said Jean-Pierre.
Against the background of the economic crisis that has gripped the country, a twofold increase in gasoline prices and a shortage of baby food, Biden's rating continues to fall. This month, it has fallen to 36%, the lowest in history. This figure is even lower than that of Biden's predecessor Donald Trump, who lost the second round of the election, and whom Biden calls "the worst president in history".