The Republican National Committee dropped a damning montage Monday,
showcasing some of President Joe Biden's worst verbal miscues during his
presidency so far.
The RNC Research Twitter account posted the one and a half-minute clip Monday
morning, showing just a handful of times Biden stammered, stuttered, or
simply stopped talking during a speech or while answering questions from the
press. The montage comes as Biden comes under increasing scrutiny for his
routine gaffes during public events.
"100 seconds of Joe Biden showing he's totally fit to be president," RNC
Research captioned the video on Twitter.
The video opens with Biden at the podium during a press conference. "The best
way to get something done, if you, if you hold it near and dear to you, that
you, uh, um, [would] like to be able to..." Biden stops abruptly. "Anyway,"
says, lowering his eyes.
In another clip, Biden struggles to pronounce the word "kleptocracy" while
giving a speech on the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Biden abruptly stops himself mid-sentence in another clip. "The idea that,
um..." Bided stops, purses his lips, and stares blankly into the middle
In the next clip, Biden loses his train of thought during a town hall on the
supply chain crisis. "Los Angeles, and uh, um, uh, um," Biden stammers while
answering a question about ports. "Oh, what am I doing here?" he says,
looking at the floor.
"For two reasons," Biden begins in the next clip. "One..." he begins, then
stops, blinks, and looks down again.
"Here's the deal," he begins in another clip, before stopping again and
looking around with a vacant expression on his face.
The montage closes with Biden beginning to answer a reporter's question, but
once again stopping short and looking down at the floor silently.
100 seconds of Joe Biden showing he's totally fit to be president.
-- RNC Research (@RNCResearch) July 18, 2022
"Painful to watch!" one user commented under the video.
"Funny but also so so sad," said another.
"I couldn't even finish the video, what a tragedy for America," another user
Biden's latest gaffe came at the start of his Middle East trip in Israel last
week. Biden looked lost while stepping off Air Force One, then gaffed while
giving prepared remarks, telling the public to "keep alive the honor of the
Holocaust," before correcting himself to say "the horror of the Holocaust."
Let's go Brandon!