Yet another video clip featuring President Joe Biden has gained widespread attention for the wrong reasons, adding weight to the argument that the man may be unfit to continue serving as the country’s commander-in-chief.
During a press conference in Woodside, Calif., held during talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping, Biden openly admitted that he had been instructed to call on a reporter from CBS News but confessed that he couldn’t recall the journalist’s name.
“I’m embarrassed,” Biden remarked, glancing down at cue cards, a tool he frequently relies on. “I think it’s CBS, but I can’t remember who at CBS. And I’m sorry.”
According to a White House transcript, the reporter in question was CBS News’ Weijia Jiang.
BIDEN: "I'm embarrassed. I think it's CBS, but I can't remember who at CBS. Uhh…" pic.twitter.com/DFknUcQimS
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) November 16, 2023
Biden used a cheat sheet at today's press conference — with a reporter's question written on it pic.twitter.com/jfZu5JxKz5
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) April 26, 2023
A compilation video released by the research division of the Republican National Committee last week depicts a concerning image of a commander-in-chief experiencing a decline in mental acuity.
The montage features various clips of Biden struggling to articulate his thoughts, with instances of mumbling, stumbling through sentences, and apparent forgetfulness about the point he is trying to convey. In some segments, he appears confused and engages in rambling discourse.
This is Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr.
He’s not playing with a full deck.
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) November 13, 2023