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Biden mistakes female attendee at Bidenomics speech for North Carolina congresswoman

via The Independent
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President Joe Biden made a recent gaffe in North Carolina, mistaking a woman for a congresswoman who wasn’t present.

Biden, said, “I want to mention congresswoman Deborah Ross, where’s Deborah?”

“I just had my picture taken with her, that’s probably why she left,” he continued.

“Oh, she couldn’t be here, actually. That’s not true. I got it mixed up,” he later admitted.

This adds to a list of verbal slip-ups that have raised concerns about his fitness for office.

Critics, including some Democrats, worry about his mental and physical capabilities, especially given his status as the oldest U.S. president at 81.

A poll found that a majority of respondents, including 65% of Democrats, believed Biden was too old for the role, but the White House defended him, emphasizing his experience over his age.

Karine Jean-Pierre previously stated, “Our perspective is that it’s not about age, it’s about the president’s experience,”

“We have to judge him by what he’s done, not by his numbers,” she added.

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