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US President’s Video Goes Viral: After Speech, Mistake Again – ‘Biden’ Seen Confused On Stage? Funny jokes on social networks!



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Once again, President Joe Biden was seen ashamed of a mistake in a public forum
Joe Biden looked lost after finishing his speech and forgetting to get off stage.
The conference has so far added $14.25 million.

New York: The US President, the most powerful country in the world, was once again seen shamed for a mistake on a public platform and this video of his incident is gaining momentum on social media and going viral. Let us tell you that after finishing his speech on a show on Wednesday, Joe Biden appeared with a lost eye and forgot to get off the stage. Yes, this video of the US President is from the Seventh Replenishment of the Global Fund in New York. Where he was seen addressing a convention, Biden turned to leave after finishing his speech, then stopped and looked a bit lost.

This video was shared by RNC Research on their Twitter account, let us tell you that this viral video got about 2 million views on the internet. After the video went viral, users took aim and one user wrote, “I think this is horror movie 3”, while another user laughed at him and wrote : Stop Joe, go the other way Joe. . Yes, they need a test.

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Suffice to say that this is not the first time that Joe Biden has made such a mistake. A few months ago in April Biden was seen embarrassed on social media due to another mistake, yes, we saw in the video that Biden raises his hand to shake hands after the speech but no one is around Biden.

The conference at which Biden went to New York to speak was organized to raise funds for sick people infected with AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria. Let us tell you that this conference has added $14.25 million so far. This is the highest amount ever recorded for a health organization.

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