President Joe Biden is said to be considering the future of his presidential campaign in discussions with his family following his performance at the recent debate. Sources familiar with the situation revealed to NBC News that this matter will be addressed at Camp David over the weekend.

Biden’s performance during the debate was marked by moments of freezing and confusion, along with speaking in a hoarse voice and mumbling, which his campaign attributed to a “cold.” Additionally, Biden struggled to deliver his prepared closing statement without errors.

The media reported that two insiders alleged that Democratic figures like House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries (D) and Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) had privately voiced doubts about Biden’s capacity to serve another term:

“So far, the party’s top leaders have offered public support for Biden, including in tweets posted by former presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton. Senior congressional Democrats, including Reps. Hakeem Jeffries of New York, Jim Clyburn of South Carolina and Nancy Pelosi of California, have privately expressed concerns about his viability, said two sources apprised of those discussions, even as they all publicly back the president.”

Following Biden’s debate performance, numerous Democrats, media members, and voters expressed the need for Biden to be replaced, citing his “extremely feeble” and “weak” appearance. Several prominent Hollywood donors were alarmed and issued ultimatums, demanding that Biden “drop out” or else they would cease financial support for the Democrat Party.

Additionally, other donors were reported to have distanced themselves from Biden in the wake of his debate performance. The day after the debate, Biden acknowledged during a rally in North Carolina that he did not “walk as easily,” “speak as smoothly,” or “debate as well” as he once did.

Democratic officials have been vocal in their backing of Biden, but according to a source, there is a recognition that the ultimate decision lies with Biden and his wife, First Lady Jill Biden.

“The decision-makers are two people – it’s the president and his wife,” the source said. “Anyone who doesn’t understand how deeply personal and familial this decision will be isn’t knowledgable about the situation.”