Joe Biden left onlookers stunned when the 81-year-old President appeared to speak gibberish and stumble through an important speech.
The US President said: “There is some movement…and I don’t wanna…I don’t wanna.”
After an awkwardly long pause, Biden continued: “Choose my words…there’s some movement. There’s been a response…from the uh…there’s been a response from the opposition.
“But – yes I’m sorry – from Hamas but it seems to be a little over the top. We’re not sure where it is…there’s continuing negotiation right now.”
Following Biden’s most recent gaffe, stunned viewers took to the internet to discuss what they had just witnessed and how it could affect the 2024 US Presidential Election.
It appears the American people – on both sides of the aisle – share Mr Jones’ concerns. Last year, an Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll showed bipartisan agreement over concern about the 81-year-old President’s age.
In the poll, fully 77 percent said Biden is too old to be effective for four more years. Not only do 89 percent of Republicans say that, so do 69 percent of Democrats. That view is held across age groups, not just by young people, though older Democrats specifically were more supportive of his 2024 bid.
In contrast, about half of US adults say Trump is too old for the office, and here the familiar partisan divide emerges — Democrats are far more likely to disqualify Trump by age than are Republicans.