The schedule of Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden has no personal appearances scheduled for the rest of the 2020 General Election campaign cycle meaning Biden’s campaign management has called a lid on in-person appearances for the candidate.
While his campaign says that he has several virtual appearances scheduled, the fact that he has made the decision to retreat from personal appearances has some questioning Biden’s energy where the campaign trail is concerned.
Ironically, Biden has tried mocking the President for what appeared to be difficulty in navigating a ramp during a West Point commencement ceremony this year. The visibly frail former-vice president has attempted to link that to the President’s fitness to be commander-in-chief.
In a recent video of Biden walking to his motorcade at a campaign stop, he appeared to shuffle along like a man 20 years older than his age rather than stride like President Trump does at his many public appearances.
Many pundits have opined on Biden’s frail presentation during the debates and the media has pounced on his seemingly fragile cognitive state, with some on social media criticizing his wife, Jill Biden, for allowing the political apparatus of the left to “abuse” her husband.
In contrast, President Trump has increased his travel in recent weeks as the election cycle heads into the home stretch. Last Sunday alone, Trump appeared at a get out to vote rally in New Hampshire, before traveling to Maine.
The President is scheduled to be on the campaign trail for the remainder of the election cycle.