Haley calls for ‘diminished’ Biden, Trump to take mental acuity tests

 Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley said Sunday that President Biden and former President Trump should take mental acuity tests to show the American people that "they're at the top of their game," adding that it would be difficult for them to take such tests. There will be "no problem". Test yourself.

Haley, the former governor of South Carolina and former ambassador to the United Nations, made the comments during an appearance on CBS's "Face the Nation" when asked about making mental fitness a signature issue for her 2024 presidential bid. Planned to take cognitive assessment. Election.

Haley replied, "I don't mind taking it." “And what I have said is that we need to have mental competency testing for anyone over the age of 75. I don't care if we do it for people 50 and older "

Haley said the report by special counsel Robert Hur on Biden's mishandling of classified documents and his mistakes following the report show that the president has become "weak." Haley suggested that Trump had similar memory problems, but did not provide any specific examples.

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“But what happened this week with Joe Biden, and what we've seen with Donald Trump is another example of why we have to face the reality of the fact that when you get to that age, You fall short,” she said. "These are people who are making decisions on our national security. These are people who are making decisions on the future of our economy. We need to know that they are at the top of their game."

Biden, who is the oldest US president, is 81 and Trump is 77.

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According to Hur's report released Thursday, Biden could not remember key details of his life during interviews with investigators — such as when he was vice president.

The investigators, who considered Biden a "well-intentioned, elderly man with a failing memory," recommended no criminal charges against the president.

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