During recent remarks at the White House, Joe Biden referred to VP Kamala Harris as “President Harris.”
Some people will write this off as an innocent slip of the tongue.
But this is Joe Biden we’re talking about, and people have genuine concerns about his mind. This is also not the first time this has happened.
The New York Post reports:
Biden calls Kamala ‘President Harris’ during speech
President Biden on Thursday called his vice president, Kamala Harris, “President Harris” while celebrating the nearing US administration of 100 million COVID-19 vaccine doses.
Biden said, “Now when President Harris and I took a virtual tour of a vaccination center in Arizona not long ago, one of the nurses on that, on that tour injecting people, giving vaccinations, said that each shot was like administering a dose of hope.”
Harris joined Biden for his remarks at the White House, but her reaction to the slip was not recorded in the official video feed.
It’s not the first time Biden has given Harris an oral promotion.
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In December, Biden referred to Harris as the president-elect while discussing how they publicly received COVID-19 vaccine shots.
“I took it to instill public confidence in the vaccine. President-elect Harris took hers today for the same reason,” Biden said at the time.
See the video below:
.@JoeBiden refers to @KamalaHarris as "President Harris." pic.twitter.com/UQyewoJUyf
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) March 18, 2021
This does not inspire confidence.
“Now when President Harris and I took a tour…”
Did something happen when I wasn’t looking?
— johnny dollar (@johnnydollar01) March 18, 2021
Is there any wonder why his team is shielding him from the press?
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