The article serves as a “daily dose of laughter” for all the country’s grim news as President Joe Biden’s frequent flubs on-stage continue to steal the show. During his recent remarks at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, Biden’s struggle to pronounce the names of tech companies left the audience anxiously chuckling. With a 10-second pause and audible sigh, he ultimately gave up, stating, “I’m gonna mispronounce… I’m not gonna even try.” The audience reaction only added to the comedic display, making it seem like a live comedy sketch rather than a presidential address.
WATCH: Biden Stares Blankly At Teleprompter, GIVES UP: 'I'm Not Even Gonna Try' https://t.co/2cYW3MILhr
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As if that wasn’t enough, Biden’s speech saw more light-hearted moments, with his endorsement of California Governor Gavin Newsom for his own job, and a meandering search for the stage exit. The entire episode served as fodder for critics, embedded in a lengthy list of Biden’s verbal blunders and memory lapses. The White House, in an attempt to shield President Biden from further slip-ups, has launched a full-scale plan, aware that polls indicate a significant majority of Americans and Democrats are not in favor of his re-election bid.
At the forefront of this defense is the President’s “leading spokeswoman,” Karine Jean-Pierre, tirelessly working to deflect any concerns while making outlandish claims that the press corps “can’t keep up” with the effervescent President. Furthermore, Vice President Kamala Harris brusquely dismissed the “legitimate” concern about Biden’s age, asserting that “Joe Biden is very much alive and running for reelection.”
The article transforms what could have been a moment of empathy for the President into a relentless satire, using each blunder as evidence of his alleged unsuitability for the role. The spin is clear, and the lens is firmly fixed on portraying every incident as a farcical performance rather than an empathetic understanding of a flawed human in a challenging role.