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The crowd in Richmond reportedly fell silent when a 77-year-old man confused the president with the former president for the third time in the past six months. Donald Trump confused Barack Obama with Joe Biden at a campaign rally in Virginia on Saturday, raising further questions about the age of the Republican presidential candidate who has made several gaffes .

This also comes at a time when similar concerns about Biden are being expressed. At 77 years old and 81 years old respectively, Trump and Biden are the oldest candidates in American history. “Putin doesn't respect Obama so much that he started talking about the nuclear issue.You've heard this before. Nuclear.

“Today he started talking about nuclear weapons,” Trump said Saturday night in Richmond. The crowd reportedly fell silent when Trump mentioned Obama, who left office more than seven years ago. This is the third time Trump has made this mistake in the past six months.Other mistakes by the former US president include confusing Republican opponent Nikki Haley with former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

Haley, 52, who defied Trump and multiple primary defeats to stay in the race for the Republican nomination, has tried to portray herself as the youngest. , a healthier option by portraying Trump and Biden as grumpy old men in an ad campaign that addresses men.

Trump's blunder came a day after Biden, who twice confused Ukraine and Gaza, announced that the United States would drop humanitarian aid to Palestinians in Gaza, who are starving due to bombings and the Israeli blockade. “In the coming days, we will join our Jordanian friends and others who are providing more food and supplies to Ukraine,” Biden said Friday.

He added that the United States “will seek to open other routes to Ukraine, possibly including maritime corridors.”A White House official later clarified that Biden was talking about Gaza — not Ukraine.

The gaffe has been changed in the transcript of his remarks. A new New York Times/Siena College poll finds that 73% of registered voters surveyed think Biden is too old to be an effective president, including 61% of those who voted for him in 2020.

Voters seem less concerned about Trump, who is only four years younger, with 42% of respondents saying he is "too old" to be an effective president. Although criticism from both sides of the age issue is tinged with politics, age-related cognitive decline is real.As a person ages, changes occur in all parts of the body, including the brain.

According to the National Institute on Aging (NIA), some parts of the brain shrink, including those important for learning and other complex mental activities; communication between nerve cells may be less efficient; and blood flow to the brain may decrease. However, healthy older adults can learn new skills, form new memories, and improve vocabulary and language skills. NIA conducts research on so-called cognitive super-agers, a minority of people over 80 and preteens whose memory is comparable to that of people 20 to 30 years younger.

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