No wonder they want to keep him out of the public spotlight!
Joe Biden predictably had a terrible time as he attempted to hold the first press conference since his installation.
During the highly-anticipated presser Thursday, Biden did not alleviate concerns over his ailing mental health, but instead increased them by repeatedly fumbling sentences and losing his train of thought.
Biden’s brain misfired when he tried to say he knew ways to change Senate filibuster rules.
“I’m going to say something outrageous,” Biden says, teeing up his thought.
“I have never been particularly poor at calculating how to get things done in the United States Senate. So the best way to get something done, if you… if you hold near to you that you, uh, um, like to be able to, uh… anyway…” Biden says.
Here’s another moment where he left a thought unfinished.:
Elsewhere during the press conference held at the East Room of the White House, Biden also claimed he’d been in the Senate for “120 years.”
“Um, you know, with regard to the filibuster, I believe we should go back to the position of the filibuster that existed just when I came to the United States Senate 120 years ago… um… and that is…” Biden stated.
Biden told a reporter he “expected” to run for re-election, then awkwardly stated he missed President Trump.
He also had a “come on, man” moment when a reporter followed up, asking whether he indeed planned to run for re-election in 2024.
“But folks, I’m going,” Biden abruptly ended the meeting after “taking questions from a predetermined list of 10 reporters,” according to Breaking911.
Watch other Biden hijinks in the full press conference below: