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Doctors assure President Biden does not have Parkinson’s

Joe Biden

Doctors have confirmed President Joe Biden is not showing any signs of Parkinsons after a number of concerns were raised about his health.

A number of people believed the President was deteriorating after he went face-to-face with Donald Trump last week for a TV debate.

Biden’s appearance was branded an "unmitigated disaster", "a meltdown", and "a slow-motion car crash" by Democrats who believed he had developed the neurological condition.

But the White House has released a statement assuring the President is healthy following a series of eight thorough examinations carried by neurologist specialist Dr Kevin Cannard between last summer and spring this year.

Although Biden’s personal doctor Kevin O’Connor released a letter stating: "President Biden has not seen a neurologist outside of his annual physical".

"The results of this year's exam were detailed in my 28 February letter: 'An extremely detailed neurological exam was again reassuring in that there were no findings which would be consistent with any cerebellar or other central neurological disorder, such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's…'"

The letter went on to say Cannard has treated various people who work at the world famous political building.

O’Connor continued: "He has held regular Neurology Clinics at the White House Medical Clinic in support of thousands of active-duty members assigned in support of White House operations.”

Some of Biden’s closest people, including former speaker of US House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi, have expressed concern over the President’s health.

[ Joe Biden is the second Catholic president in U.S. history. John F. Kennedy was the first. ]

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