Joe Biden once again confused everyone, including himself, while on his disastrous first foreign trip overseas in Europe. When Biden wasn’t wandering around lost, trailing sadly behind world leaders, mixing up nations, and laughing bizarrely to extremely serious questions, he was mumbling incoherently at press junkets.
This is getting serious, folks. Watch Biden’s response at a summit between the European Union and the United States:
"I'm going to get in trouble."
Biden confuses himself while reading notes at EU-US summit. This is just *embarrassing.* Watch:🔻 pic.twitter.com/Z0qoW6aqaZ
— Becker News (@NewsBecker) June 15, 2021
“And uhh, I’ve said before and I apologize for the confusion,” he began. “Oh, I didn’t… that’s my national security adviser,” he rambled on while pointing to the side.
“We’ve got a lot of people here, I apologize,” Biden continued. “I’m going to get in trouble, but… anyway, we’ll get back to that. But, umm, uhh, we umm, uhh, you know, there’s a lot that, uhh, that is, it it it it is…”
This isn’t the first time that the nominal leader of the once-free world has oddly referred to getting in “trouble” with whom we can only presume are his handlers.
In April, Biden took a question from a reporter about sending vaccines to India and he gave a similar response.
“Will you make it faster for them to get the vaccine, the vaccines we will get soon?” a reporter asked.
“Say it again?” Biden asked.
“India. They are suffering at this moment.”
“I am sorry. Just… last question I will take,” Biden replied. “I’m really going to be in trouble,” he added.
More recently, Biden made the same allusion to getting in “trouble” at the G7 summit in response to Jennifer Jacobs of Bloomberg News trying to ask a question.
“I’m sorry, I’m going to get in trouble with staff if I don’t do this the right way,” Biden said in regards to answering a question from someone that was not on his pre-planned list of reporters to call on.
Just to quickly recap Biden’s disastrous foreign trip so far. The president appeared to get lost before getting “rescued” by Jill Biden.
— The Jewish Voice (@JewishVoice) June 11, 2021
Biden mixed up Libya and Syria three times in a row.
— DailyCaller Politics (@TheDCPolitics) June 14, 2021
He “bumped elbows” after shaking hands with military officers, then seemed to look down the blouse of Carrie Johnson:
— Jeffrey Bloch (@ccs2001) June 11, 2021
Then Biden trailed alone behind the pack of other world leaders at the G7 summit.
— Kayleigh McEnany (@kayleighmcenany) June 12, 2021
Pretty symbolic of this entire foreign visit. Biden, and the United States, is being ‘left behind.’