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Watch Biden Lapse Into Complete Nonsense During Most Important Press Conference of His Life

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If the point of this news conference was confidence, it might have missed by a mile.

President Joe Biden’s first foray into the allegedly unscripted world of the presidential news conference – a medium his predecessor handled with ease – showed some serious drawbacks in the chief executive’s abilities.

And lapsing into nonsense at one point only made those doubts all the worse.

Check out this particularly cringe-worthy moment.

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There’s no other way to put it than that’s simply embarrassing.

It’s embarrassing for Biden. It’s embarrassing for Biden’s family. And it’s embarrassing, most of all, for the country that has a clearly declining septuagenarian as its leader.

And the country noticed.

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There were no doubt times during the Donald Trump presidency when his supporters regretted his bull-in-the-china-shop approach to political problems.

Do you think this moment hurt the Biden presidency?

There were no doubt times when Trump supporters were driven to the defensive when he went over to the offensive in a way that was simply too offensive.

But never, in the four years in the Oval Office, did Trump embarrass himself, his supporters or his country by so clearly losing the thread of his thought and then trying to pretend it never happened.

And if he had, he would not have been dealt with so gently by a supportive press corps that was clearly willing him to succeed.

After a rocky start for an administration that’s been plagued by self-inflicted wounds such as the illegal immigrant crush at the southern border, this was Biden’s chance to reintroduce himself to the country in what was arguably the most important news conference of his life.

Unfortunately for the president and his party, the only confidence this moment built was the confidence of 75 million Trump supporters that they were right all along.

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

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