Tale of Two Joes: Why Teleprompter Biden has to go, and take the sundowning version with him

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In Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic tale, “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,” we find two men in one character: one, a kindly and sociable man, the other a vice-ridden miscreant, and neither knows much of what the other gets up to.

Democrats are staring into a similar situation regarding the president, for there are two Joe Bidens. There is 10 am to 4 pm, Teleprompter Joe, who still sort of seems capable of being president if you squint, and then, well, then there is the other Joe Biden.

The other Joe Biden, the one who appears after the sun goes down in a phenomenon known to neurologists, is obviously the problem. He is a senile old man, incapable of finishing sentences, staring with vacant eyes lacking any indication of comprehension.

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