Sarah Arnold writes for about the president’s frequent holidays.

President Joe Biden jetted off to his home in Delaware this weekend after facing a hard week of taking naps in the Oval Office and maybe signing a paper here or there. 

And don’t forget he has to go into hiding just in time to dodge the press before they ask him questions about the “mysterious” cocaine found at the White House.

With that being said, according to a GOP count, his recent trip to Delaware means he has spent nearly 40 percent—352 days— of his presidency on vacation. 

A recent Rasmussen Reports survey found that most voters don’t believe the president has had nothing to do with the shady and corrupt things his family is being accused of— after denying once again that he had any involvement in his son’s overseas business dealings. 

Forty-four percent said it is very likely that Biden was involved in Hunter Biden’s foreign business dealings, while only 14 percent said “not very likely.” 

Even the Left-leaning outlet The Atlantic called for the president to “step aside.”

“The president has no business running for office at age 80,” author Eliot Cohen wrote. 

Despite attacking former President Trump— calling him a serial liar and a dangerous grifter— Cohen argued that the leader of the U.S. needs to be able to stay up past 9 pm. 

The 60-something-year-old Atlantic writer explains that even he does not have the same energy he used to decades ago, questioning how the 80-year senior president could make it to noon most days. 

“But I know that at this stage, I do not have the energy I had a decade ago. I forget more things, and if my body does not hurt when I wake up in the morning, a little voice in my head asks whether I am dead and do not yet know it,” he wrote.