During a visit to Houston, Texas Joe Biden appeared confused while giving a speech as he made a number of mistakes. The 46th US President asked “what am I doing here” during the speech and admitted that he was losing track.
Mr Biden said: “Good afternoon, actually it is evening, I want to thank you Governor for your hospitality and friendship.
“And Senator Cornyn, I think he’s getting on a plane he told me a little last, he came in to see me last event [sic].”
“And representatives Cheryl, Charlie Jackson Lee, Al Green, Sylvia Garcia, Lizzie Pinelli.
“Excuse me Pinel and what am I doing here?
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“I’m gonna lose track here.”
Political commentator Iain Dale has previously raised concerns regarding the implications of a decline in Joe Biden’s health.
Mr Dale told Express.co.uk that Biden’s “decline” could spark “national trauma” in the United States if Washington is forced to replace him.
He said: “It is quite clear to anybody who looks at Joe Biden and compares him to the Joe Biden of 10 or 20 years ago that there is a decline there.
Joe Biden is the oldest US President in history.
The Democrat leader defeated Donald Trump in the 2020 US Presidential election.
Biden’s inauguration took place on January 20 2021 during which he was sworn in as the US’s 46th President.
Joe Biden previously served as Vice President under President Obama.