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Biden's cabinet has few words about Biden fitness concerns post-debate

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Cabinet members who proudly defended President Biden’s fitness for office prior to Thursday night’s presidential debate took a more reserved, if unambiguous, stance on Friday morning as the dust settled.

House Speaker Rep. Mike Johnson, R-La., on Friday released a statement that insisted that the debate showed "clearly" that "Biden is unfit for office."

"His mental and physical decline has been obvious throughout his presidency," Johnson said. "To anyone who hasn’t been paying attention, last night should have been a wake up call."

Fox News contributor Liz Peek noted that CNN’s post-debate analysis highlighted that Biden did not appear capable of serving four more years, with even his most ardent supporters wobbling.


And cabinet members provided terse responses to inquiries about Biden’s performance in contrast to their more effusive pre-debate defenses of Biden’s capability to perform the duties of the President of the United States.

When asked if Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas stands by his previous statement, a DHS spokesperson told Fox News Digital, "YES." Mayorkas last week rejected accusations that Biden is "slipping," instead claiming that "the president always draws on our prior conversations and past events in

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