President Joe Biden’s recent missteps and verbal blunders persisted when he mistakenly referred to himself as the first Black woman vice president. This gaffe occurred during an interview on WURD Radio in Philadelphia with host Andrea Lawful-Sanders, adding to a series of similar incidents. Despite hopes that the interview would alleviate concerns about his reelection campaign following a poor performance in the June 27 debate, it only served to highlight his ongoing communication challenges.

“I’m proud to be, as I said, the first vice president, first Black woman, to serve with a Black president,” Biden said in his first media appearance after the debate.

And the only gaffe of the day for Joe Biden. When Biden talked about discriminating Catholics, he said he was “the first president [who]got elected statewide in the state of Delaware.”

It seems that he omitted the word Catholic from his sentence. At one moment, he mistakenly called former President Donald Trump a colleague, but promptly corrected his error.

Biden also talked about the debate, saying “I had a bad debate,” Biden said on WURD Radio. “But 90 minutes on stage does not erase what I have done in three-and-a-half years.”