Ex-ESPN anchor, Sage Steele, recently opened up about her past interview with President Joe Biden, painting a concerning picture of their conversation.
Steele shared on Bill Maher’s “Club Random” podcast on October 1 that the president seemed disoriented and lost during their talk. “He struggled,” Steele remarked, describing how Biden frequently got sidetracked.
The interview had its share of technical glitches, and during those awkward silences, Steele overheard Biden ask about the purpose of the interview and even her name. Once informed it was for ESPN’s SportsCenter, Biden transitioned to recounting his football glory days at the University of Delaware.
However, Steele’s major concern wasn’t his football stories, but how his voice “trailed off” mid-conversation, suggesting cognitive challenges. “Forget about politics. I don’t care, I didn’t vote for him,” Steele emphasized. “The human aspect of what we’re witnessing right now with him, to me, is heartbreaking.”
While concerns over Biden’s age have been raised, he remains undeterred. Addressing the Sheet Metal Workers union on September 4, Biden confidently remarked on his age, saying, “The only thing that comes with age is a little bit of wisdom. I’ve been doing this longer than anybody, and guess what? I’m going to continue to do it, with your help.”