Joe Biden appears to forget Barack Obama’s name.
“They invaded another country and annexed a significant portion of it, called Crimea,” Biden said in response, adding, “He’s saying that it was President … my boss … it was his fault.”
At this point, it’s no longer funny anymore. I really think he might have something medically wrong with him. For the good of our country, he needs to drop out of the race.
Former Vice President Joe Biden appeared to have a hard time recalling former President Obama’s name during a conversation about Russia’s annexation of Crimea.
Biden referenced comments President Donald Trump made during his press conference at the end of the G7 summit in Biarritz, France, in the video shared Wednesday by the Daily Wire’s Ryan Saavedra. The president claimed that Obama wanted Russia removed from the G7 — then the G8 — because Putin had “tricked” Obama when he invaded the Ukraine on his watch. Trump had then argued that Russia should be allowed to come back to the table, saying that he would rather have them “inside the tent” than outside it. More
The rest of us should be so lucky to forget Obama’s name.
It’s very sad, even sadder that the DNC has pinned their hopes on him. It’s time for Biden’s family to step in and put a stop to this. Unfortunately, I believe his wife is supporting this travesty. She just last week said that “we all have to swallow a little” ‘ and take what he can give because it’s better than the alternative.
His family needs to step in at this point.
— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) August 28, 2019
Nope. Let him ramble on. His family doesn’t love him or they already would’ve. It’s sad
— johnsons4#2A (@bradywilliamj) August 28, 2019
I agree. Something is really wrong with him. They need to seek a doctor not the Presidency. If his family and the democrats care about him they need to tell him to drop out of this race and take care of what is going on with him.
— Melissa🇺🇸⭐⭐⭐ (@Melissa82225794) August 28, 2019
Jill is just dying to be First Lady.
— Eve of Destruction (@EveODestruction) August 28, 2019