Questions surrounding whether newly elected Senator John Fetterman is fit to serve his position have resurfaced due to his lack of interviews since winning his election on November 8th. Now, nearly two months later, Fetterman has been absent for interviews, and his communications team has done the majority of speaking for the newly elected Senator.
Fetterman suffered a serious stroke that had the potential to be fetal earlier last year, and many fear that the optimal window for stroke recovery has been passed – leading to fears that Fetterman may never fully recover.
According to Fox News:
However, even with all the media attention and acting credits he is getting for his November win over Republican candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz, Fetterman has yet to give an intervivew — even as questions remain about his physical fitness for office.
Fetterman’s campaign did not respond to Fox News Digital’s questions about the sentator-elect’s low media profile.
While Fetterman himself is not giving interviews, his communications team and wife are not shying away from the spotlight.
Fetterman’s’ fitness for office after his stroke was a key issue during his campaign to the U.S. Senate, which saw the Democrat leaning on transcription technology in order to debate Oz.
Fetterman has been seen obviously struggling multiple times, including this CNN interview with Don Lemon, and his infamous debate performance against Dr. Oz.