Some wealthy supporters have offered positive assessments of the president after his disastrous debate, but others worry that the ticket is on the path to defeat.

President Biden tried to put distance between himself and last week’s rough debate performance, but some Democrat donors need convincing.Elizabeth Frantz/ReutersDonors still on edge

The shock waves from last week’s presidential debate are still reverberating, as President Biden and his aides sought to allay concerns from despondent Democrats and wealthy donors about his age and fitness for office.

Donors are increasingly becoming reconciled to Biden remaining the Democratic nominee even after Biden’s disastrous performance. But some in the party, and in the markets, are increasingly expecting Donald Trump to win in November.

Here’s the latest fallout from the debate. Seventy-two percent of registered voters don’t believe Biden has the mental and cognitive health to serve as president,

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