At a rally to endorse troubled Democrat John Fetterman on Friday in Philadelphia, President Joe Biden made another another error by saying he had visited “54 states.”
When discussing how his administration has improved healthcare nationwide, 79-year-old Biden erroneously claimed that “we went to 54 states” to prevent pharmaceutical firms from setting medicine pricing.
Vice President Kamala Harris and Senate candidate John Fetterman, who recently hurt his prospects by stumbling during a debate with rival Dr. Mehmet Oz, joined the President.
Therefore, if you send me to Washington, D.C., “I may not always say everything properly, but I’ll always do the right thing,” stated Fetterman.
Throughout his tenure as president, Biden has made a number of unsettling mistakes. Most recently, he blanked out when asked by reporters whether his wife, Dr. Jill Biden, wanted him to run for office again.
“I haven’t officially decided, but I want to run once again,” she said. And we still have time to decide,” the president said.
The MSNBC journalist inquires, “Dr. Biden is for it?,” but is greeted with silence.
The reporter presses, “Mr. President?” but gets almost no response from Biden.
Finally, Biden manages to sidestep the subject by saying, “Dr. Biden feels that, uh, my wife thinks that I uh, that, that we’re, that we’re doing something really significant.”
Additionally, he made a humiliating pronunciation error while referring to the new UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak at a Diwali ceremony, pronouncing him “Rashee Sanook.”
As his Conservative Party experiences significant turbulence, Sunak, a 42-year-old multimillionaire and former hedge fund manager, will become the nation’s youngest leader in modern history and its third in less than two months.
Party officials were alarmed by Fetterman’s debate performance, which surprised some observers and voters alike.
Chris Cuomo described him as “struggling,” while a former top advisor to Barack Obama said Fetterman “did not assist” his campaign.
Fetterman welcomed everyone and introduced the highly anticipated match of the evening.
The Fetterman campaign downplayed expectations before the debate, warning that there would be “awkward pauses,” “delays,” and “errors” since the Democrat would be reading closed captions because of an auditory processing disorder.
The lieutenant governor indicated broad opposition to the process in a 2018 interview, but did not call for a ban. At one point, Fetterman was questioned about his views on fracking.
He said, “I do favor fracking—I don’t, I don’t—I support fracking, and I do support fracking.”
Former Republican congressman for Pennsylvania Charlie Dent described Fetterman’s bad performance as “astounded” and “stunned,” while former Donald Trump communications director Alyssa Farah Griffin described it as “difficult to see.”
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