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President Biden is spending his 79th birthday in his hometown of Wilmington, Delaware.

A day forward of his birthday, the president informed reporters “I feel great” after present process the primary of his annual bodily exams, which came about Friday morning on the Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland.

“Nothing has changed. We’re in good shape. And so, you know, I’m looking forward to celebrating my 58th birthday,” the president joked.

DID BIDEN’S TRIP TO NEW HAMPSHIRE HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH 2024 POLITICS

Biden made historical past final November when he turned the oldest individual ever elected president. If he campaigns for reelection in 2024 and wins, Biden can be 82 at his second inaugural and 86 on the finish of his second time period.

Biden leans to listen to a reporter’s query as he returns to the White House, Friday, Nov. 19, 2021, in Washington, from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
(AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

There’s been loads of chatter and speculation in latest weeks whether the president will run for a second 4 12 months time period in the White House.

Asked in March on the first formal news convention of his presidency about his 2024 plans, Biden stated, “My answer is yes. I plan on running for reelection. That’s my expectation.”

This week the president made New Hampshire – a key 2022 midterm election battleground and the state that for a century has held the primary main in the presidential nominating calendar – his first cease to promote the $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure measure that he signed into legislation on Monday.

The White House spotlighted that the cease in New Hampshire was “an opportunity to highlight how the infrastructure bill can help communities.” But a Democratic strategist with ties to Biden world informed Fox News that “there’s no decision that the White House makes about where to send the president that doesn’t have some sort of political consideration. They’re not choosing these places by accident, ever.”

And a longtime Democratic marketing consultant informed Fox News that “anytime someone comes to New Hampshire, it has implications for the next presidential election. Starting off this tour in New Hampshire, I think, says that Biden has every plan of running for reelection. So all this chatter that’s out there, this is factored into trying to tone that down, that at least at this point in time the plan is to run again. That’s part of why he’s coming to New Hampshire.”

The journey was Biden’s first journey as president to both New Hampshire or Iowa, who’s caucuses kick off the presidential nominating calendar.

Fox News’ Erin McEwan contributed to this report