CJR Staff
July 29, 2023

McGhee White Says Biden Should Find Cure for Dementia After ‘Cancer Cure’ Gaffe

Kaylee McGhee White of the Washington Examiner addressed the public's growing awareness of President Joe Biden's increasingly frequent missteps.

While appearing on Fox News' Hannity, White discussed Biden's recent proclamation about having achieved a cancer cure.

Biden said, "I said I'd cure cancer. They looked at me like, 'Why cancer?' Because we can. We ended cancer as we know it."

Another Biden Gaffe

On the topic of Biden's stunning claim, White couldn't help but suggest that if the president was indeed capable of such a medical breakthrough, perhaps he should also consider finding a solution to dementia, given its apparent relevance to his administration.

"If Joe Biden is so great that he’s found a cure for cancer, might I suggest a cure for dementia next since that seems to be a bit more relevant to this current White House," White said.

"At what point does the pattern become a problem?" she asked.

White pointed out White House attempts to clean up the aftermath of Biden's erroneous announcement about cancer. She noted that officials tried to reshape his statement, editing his words to imply a future potential for a cancer cure, rather than describing a pre-existing accomplishment.

"This is more than just the White House's attempts to erase Biden's history of slip-ups," she said. "The public is fully aware and increasingly concerned about these glaring issues."

Despite ongoing worries surrounding Biden's advancing age and his bid for reelection in 2024, White is convinced that he will be the Democrats' candidate.

"The Democrats have no other choice but to back him," she declared, speaking of the octogenarian president.

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