Letters reveal President Biden’s 8 p.m. bedtime

The Issue: President Biden’s comments on his needing more sleep during a meeting with governors.

President Biden, in his meeting with Democratic governors, apparently told them that he is not going to be able to work after 8 p.m. because he would be too tired (It’s early bedtime for Bonzo,, June 5).

If some type of national or international crisis were to develop at 9 or 10 p.m., would Biden be unable to deal with it? Facing a threat of nuclear confrontation with China, Russia, Iran or North Korea, how could our country deal with them if our commander-in-chief was counting sheep?

It is time to invoke the 25th Amendment immediately. Biden cannot continue to function as our president. He likely has not been doing so for the last two to three years. Who has been running the country all that time? Who’s running it now?

John Amato

Fresh Meadows

President Biden is only functional from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and allegedly told several governors that he needs to avoid events after 8 p.m.

Marine recruits, however, train from 4 a.m. to 8 p.m. I hope they still have a country to defend when they graduate.

Pietra Simonelli

Vero Beach, Fla.

This is the hardest job in the world, and if President Biden has to stop working at 8 p.m., then he isn’t fit to be commander-in-chief. It’s not an option. The position is a 24-hour, 7-days-per-week commitment.

At this point, it’s not about the job for Biden. It’s about maintaining the protection afforded to him by the attorney general to prevent an investigation into his influence-peddling.

Trump was correct during the debate when he said the Bidens should face prosecution for their influence-peddling. But maybe that’s what has them so scared — and circling the wagons.

Greg Raleigh

Washington, DC

The story on Biden’s working hours is a frightening, dark and yet somehow hilarious example of reporting both sides of an issue.

Apparently, 8 p.m. is the time when some people might choose to do something in the future. But perhaps Biden is just a stand-in, and someone else will do the talking through an earpiece (as former President Barack Obama joked to Stephen Colbert).

It could happen. After all, someone had to walk Biden off stage when he froze up in June. Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni had to guide him when he wandered away during the G-7 summit.

If others are calling the shots, things will be under control, right? That would mean no more astonishing “end of quote, repeat the line” gaffes, the precursors to those supposedly “AI-generated audio clip” gaffes.

Julia Lutch

Davis, Calif.

I too stop work at 8 p.m., watch TV for a while and go to bed — so I too can be president.

I would be the first woman president and am only 84. I still have all my marbles. But unlike Biden, I am a practicing Catholic who actually likes Latin mass, so that might disqualify me.

Mary Durkan


President Biden has stated he is only capable of performing his duties for a short period during the day, which will include naps.

I was hoping I had heard this wrong. Did he just tell Russia, China, Iran and the rest of the world that if they need or want to do anything, he will not be able to address them after 8 p.m.?

My understanding of the job is that it is not a 9-to-5 position. Rather, it is supposed to be a 24/7/365 job.

Steve Rubenoff


President Biden’s announcement to governors last week that he will no longer be scheduling events after 8 p.m. indicates to me that perhaps he has already been diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimers. He may be suffering from “sundowning” — a type of delirium and restlessness that happens among Alzheimer’s patients. His debate performance may have also resulted from this.

I hope his loving wife will take him in for a full cognitive and neurological exam if he has not been examined yet, and that the current physician to the president is fired.

Susan Alyn

Waltham, Mass.

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