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More than 50 Republicans call for Biden to take cognitive test amid Dem concerns about his age

More than 50 Republicans call for Biden to take cognitive test amid Dem concerns about his age --More Republicans are joining calls for Biden to take a cognitive test | 27 July 2022 | More than 50 House Republicans on Wednesday are calling for Joe Biden to take a cognitive test, as the president's opponents, and even some allies, question his fitness for the job at age 79. Fifty-four Republicans signed the letter, addressed to Joe Biden, which was led by Rep. Ronny Jackson, R-Texas. That's up from 13 co-signers on a similar letter Jackson led in June 2021, and 37 co-signers on a letter in February. The latest letter also includes key members of House Republican leadership, including Republican Study Committee Chairman Jim Banks, R-Ind., Conference Chair Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., and Conference Vice Chair Mike Johnson, R-La.