As questions about the two major-party presidential candidates' health continue to swirl, Vice President Joe Biden has jumped into the fray, saying he would like to jog with Republican nominee Donald Trump.
The nearly 74-year-old Biden speculated that the 70-year-old Trump would not be able to "keep up," according to CBS's Mark Knoller.
As for @realDonaldTrump's claims of good health and stamina, Biden says: "I'd like to jog with him. I don't think he could keep up."— Mark Knoller (@markknoller) September 13, 2016
A quick check of Trump's Twitter feed shows no response to Biden's invitation.
Biden also echoed what Clinton and her campaign have been telling the media: More detailed information on her health is coming soon.
Joe Biden tells traveling reporters #Clinton will soon put out more health info incl making her doctors available for media questions.— Andrew Malcolm (@AHMalcolm) September 13, 2016
Trump, too, plans to offer more information about his personal health. The Manhattan billionaire is slated to appear on the syndicated "Dr. Oz Show," reportedly to discuss the results of his latest physical.
Oz told NBC's Savannah Guthrie that he invited both Clinton and Trump to appear on his show. Trump was the first to accept the invitation.
Clinton was slated to appear on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" this week. That appearance has been postponed due to the candidate's battle with pneumonia.
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