ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos has cast doubt on Joe Biden’s suitability for a second term. The revelation came after his high-profile interview with Biden following a lackluster debate performance against Donald Trump last month.


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During a casual encounter in midtown Manhattan, Stephanopoulos was caught on camera responding to a question about Biden’s political future. When asked if he believed Biden should step down, Stephanopoulos admitted, “I don’t think he can serve four more years.”


Following the circulation of the video, Stephanopoulos expressed regret for his candid remarks, stating, “Earlier today I responded to a question from a passerby. I shouldn’t have.” ABC News clarified that Stephanopoulos’s comments were his personal opinion and not reflective of the network’s stance.


The interview with Biden, which garnered an estimated 8.5 million viewers, failed to dispel concerns about Joe Biden’s cognitive abilities. Despite attributing his debate struggles to jet lag and having a cold, Biden refuses to undergo a cognitive exam to substantiate his claims of mental sharpness.