Biden seeks upper hand against revolt

Biden’s personal doctor on Monday said was seen by a specialist in Parkinson’s disease purely as part of normal neurological examinations during his annual medical.

The president will address fellow NATO leaders at 5:00 pm (2100 GMT) in a speech closely watched both domestically and by international allies who fear a return of the isolationist Trump.

But Biden’s attempted relaunch failed to convince the editorial board of The New York Times newspaper.

In a scathing piece, the Times board said Democrats “must speak the plain truth” to the president from the grassroots to the highest levels.

“They need to tell him that his defiance threatens to hand victory to Mr Trump. They need to tell him that he is embarrassing himself and endangering his legacy,” it said.

Biden consistently trails in polls, and the media focus is now trained firmly on his own frailties, instead of on his rival.

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