Biden botches asking for “Four more years”
The President of the United States is as sharp as a crayon.

TCS Wire

April 24, 2024

US President Joe Biden couldn’t even ask for four more years properly on Wednesday, instead asking for “Four more years. Pause,” in his latest teleprompter miscue.

Biden botches asking for “Four more years”

“Imagine what we can do next, four more years, pause,” he said.

The crowd tried to help him out and left out the “pause” in their subsequent chant.

The miscue comes after a recent NBC News poll stated that 76% of American voters have “major or moderate concerns” about President Joe Biden remaining in office for a second term, given his physical and mental decline.

Cognitive Decline

Biden regularly mistakes country’s leader’s names. In February, shortly after defending his poor memory, he referred to the Egyptian President El-Sisi, as the President of Mexico.

“As you know, initially, the president of Mexico Sisi [sic] did not want to open up the gate to allow humanitarian material to get in [to Gaza]. I talked to him. I convinced him to open the gate,” Biden said. 

He also claimed to have recently met with French President Francois Mitterrand, who died in 1996, and the German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, who died in 2017. 

The US President has also taken a few tumbles during his 4-year tenure. While at the Air Force graduation in June of last year, Biden was left alone without his handlers around with a few seconds, leaving enough time for him to fall hard while on stage with US military graduates watching him.

While visiting Canada last year, he accidentally called Canada “China.”

“So today, I applaud China for stepping up — I apologize, Canada!” Biden said.

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