Kamala Harris says she's'ready to serve' as president amid worries over Biden's age

Vice President Kamala Harris expressed readiness to serve as president amid concerns about President Joe Biden's age.

Harris affirmed her capacity to lead in an interview with the Wall Street Journal.

Special counsel Robert Hur released a report, concluding that Biden won't face charges but describing him as a "well-meaning elderly man with a poor memory."

The report alleged Biden forgot key details, including his time as vice president and his son Beau's death.

Biden refuted the report's claims in a primetime address, asserting his memory is fine.

Concerns about Biden's age persist, with 76% of voters in an October Monmouth University poll saying he's too old for another term.

An NBC News poll in February found 76% of voters expressing concerns about Biden's mental and physical health.

Harris previously stated readiness to assume the role of commander-in-chief if necessary but expressed confidence in Biden's abilities.

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