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Joe Biden fumbles to describe America in one word, watch the video


The video went viral with over 7 million views and tons of likes. While some were sympathetic to the US president, others pointed out how Biden onstage fumbles were becoming all too common.

US President Joe Biden. PA

US President Joe Biden has once again grabbed eyeballs for fumbling while describing America in one word. In the video that has gone viral, Biden can be seen saying that America could be defined in one word. However, when he attempts to do so, he ends up saying “Asufutimaehaehfutbw”.

Watch the clip here:

The short clip begins with Biden saying he had one word that would perfectly describe America. But then the president forgets the word and fumbles in the middle of the speech. Vice President Kamala Harris could also be seen standing alongside him.

The video went viral with over 7 million views and tons of likes. While some were sympathetic to the US president, others pointed to how Biden onstage fumbles were becoming all too common.

In reaction, one user wrote that Biden needed a reboot.

The second user was unable to believe this had happened for real.

“God Bless America” ​​wrote another.

A user commented that it could be a ringtone.

Another user said the president was right because America was the land of chaos and disorder.

Expressing a similar thought, one user wrote, “It’s actually quite accurate, if you really think about it.”

A user referred to Rahul Gandhi who is often referred to as “Pappu” and wrote “Pappu of America”.

Earlier, in April, it was an awkward moment for the US president after he finished his speech and turned right to shake hands, but no one else shared the stage with him. The 79-year-old president was at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University when the incident occurred.

Biden even looked lost on stage as he oddly turned his back on the audience after finishing his speech.

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