Former Vice President Joe Biden seems to be struggling with dates and times, from bringing up decades-old events as if they are happening in the present to having apparent confusion with who the current President is.
In a recent online fundraiser, Biden appeared to confuse President Donald Trump with former President George W. Bush, a gaffe that will no doubt haunt him in the coming days.
“The character of the country, in my view, is literally on the ballot,” Biden said during the “I Will Vote” concert on Sunday. “Four more years of George, um, George, gonna find ourselves in a position where if Trump gets elected, we’re gonna be in a different world.”
According to the New York Post, Biden called the election “the most consequential election in a long, long, long time.”
Corporate entities, celebrities and social media platforms traditionally opposed to President Trump have been strongly pushing the public to vote, and A$AP Ferg, Jon Bon Jovi and the Foo Fighters were among the names featured at the fundraising concert.
Earlier this month, Biden forgot the name of the Great Recession, and even became confused over the amount of money that was doled out.
“You may remember, when we went through this with the Great… with the uh, that, that, uh, uh, the single most significant recession in American history short of a depression, and Barack and I came into office and we were inherited the Bush recession, I was asked to manage the recovery act which was $80 billion. Eighty billion do… excuse me, $800 billion,” he said.
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