Biden's Gaffe Sparks Concern Over Fitness to Lead

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Posted 12 days ago

President Biden's latest gaffe raises concerns over his fitness to lead.

President Biden has once again caused a stir with his latest gaffe, describing himself as the "first black woman to serve with a black president." The 81-year-old president made the slip-up during an interview with Philadelphia's WURD black radio station, where he was attempting to reassure voters of his ability to lead.

Biden appeared to trip up as he was describing his time as former President Barack Obama's vice president and his decision to choose Kamala Harris as his own running mate. "By the way, I'm proud to be, as I said, the first vice president, first black woman, to serve with a black president," he told host Andrea Lawful-Sanders.

This is not the first time Biden has made a gaffe during an interview. In fact, his recent debate performance against former President Trump was widely criticized as a "train-wreck." The president's age and cognitive abilities have been a topic of concern for many voters, and this latest slip-up is unlikely to ease those fears.

Despite the concerns, Ammar Moussa, a spokesperson for Biden's re-election campaign, was quick to defend the president. "It was abundantly clear what the president meant," Moussa said. "This would be considered a perfectly normal speech pattern for any other person in America, and has certainly been normal for Joe Biden for his entire career."

However, not everyone is convinced. The president's critics have pointed to his numerous gaffes and mistakes as evidence that he is no longer fit to lead. With the election just a few months away, it remains to be seen whether Biden's latest slip-up will have any impact on his chances of winning a second term.


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