In a series of unrelated statements and increasingly unusual remarks during a global press conference in Hanoi, Vietnam, originally scheduled to conclude the G20 summit in New Delhi, President Joe Biden unexpectedly announced that he was “going to go to bed.” Shortly thereafter, press aides abruptly ended the conference, seemingly attempting to guide him off the stage.

The decision to conclude the press conference, as reported by Mediaite, appeared to be prompted by either Biden’s visibly tired demeanor or possibly his response to a question regarding the prioritization of U.S. strategic interests over human rights.

After speaking about for 20 minutes in a series of tangents featuring mentions of “John Wayne,” “cowboys,” “Indians,” “dog-face pony soldiers,” or in bizarre comments such as “even more frightening than a- than a nuclear war is global warming going above 1.5 degrees in the next 20 [to]10 years,” Biden at the end of the press conference proclaimed, “But I tell you what, I don’t know about you, but I’m going to go to bed.”

Moments later, the President was asked about his thoughts on Chinese Premier Li Qiang’s participation in the G20 summit, representing Chinese leader Xi Jinping. In response, Biden began discussing the topics addressed during the conference, including stability and ensuring that countries in the Southern Hemisphere have access to change and resources.

However, before he could finish his response, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean Pierre interrupted, thanking everyone and effectively ending the press conference.

Biden responded with a somewhat confused “Thank —” as the conference was cut short.