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'Dazed and confused' Joe Biden bumbles his way through latest gaffe ridden speech

Joe Biden was branded “dazed and confused” after tripping over his words in a speech given today before he appeared to slowly “shuffle” off stage.

The US President was speaking on American healthcare costs along with Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders – but critics were quick to point out the President’s gaffes.

Writing on X, the Republican National Committee (RNC Research) wrote: “Biden – dazed and confused – shakes hands with socialist Bernie Sanders, ignores questions, shuffles right back out the door.”

The Republican group also slammed the numerous times Biden appeared to trip over his words.

Posting a video of Biden speaking, the group wrote: “The seasons are now walergieshnowponush.”

Republicans and other Biden critics have long seized on the US President’s many gaffes to question his mental fitness as President.

But the longstanding concerns about President Joe Biden’s age and memory intensified in February after the release of a special counsel’s report investigating his possession of classified documents.

The report described the 81-year-old Democrat’s memory as “hazy,” “fuzzy,” “faulty,” “poor” and having “significant limitations.” It noted that Biden could not recall defining milestones in his own life such as when his son Beau died or when he served as vice president.

“My memory is fine,” Biden responded Thursday night from the White House, where he grew visibly angry as he denied forgetting when his son died. Beau Biden died of brain cancer in 2015 at the age of 46.

Voters appear to have concerns about both major candidate’s mental acuity. Last month, a poll found that a significant share of US adults doubts the mental capabilities of 81-year-old President Joe Biden and 77-year-old Donald Trump, the former president and current Republican front-runner in what could be a rematch of the 2020 election.

More than 6 in 10 say they’re not very or not at all confident in Biden’s mental capability to serve effectively as president, turning his coming State of the Union address into something of a real-time audition for a second term. A similar but slightly smaller share says that Trump lacks the memory and acuity for the job.

The findings from a new survey by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research point to a tough presidential election in which issues such as age and mental competence could be more prevalent than in any other political contest in modern times.


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