The Hill reports:
Rep. George Santos (R-N.Y.) introduced a bill on Monday that would require the sitting president to undergo an annual cognitive evaluation, after GOP presidential candidate Nikki Haley called for “mental competency tests” for politicians older than 75. The measure is the second piece of legislation the embattled congressman has spearheaded since coming to Congress in January.
“Regardless of political affiliation, this should be a common sense and bipartisan agreement that when a man or a woman becomes President, they submit to an annual cognitive evaluation,” Santos wrote in a statement. If the commander in chief were to ignore the requirement, Santos is proposing that the White House does not receive federal funds for official travel.
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