A video compilation of President Joe Biden struggling to make coherent sentences and making bizarre, clueless statements brought a Sky News host to tears of laughter.
The Australian news host, Rita Panahi, commented how surprising it was that a routine physical examination deemed Biden to be “fit for duty,” “healthy,” and in a good cognitive state.
“President Biden remains a healthy, vigorous 80-year-old male who is fit to successfully execute the duties of the Presidency, to include those as Chief Executive, Head of State and Commander in Chief,” White House physician Kevin O’Connor reported.
After playing a montage of Biden blunders, Panahi could not help herself from holding back laughter. “Sorry…I’m sorry… no man has ever been better equipped to lead the United States of the United States…and indeed all of the free world than the current Commander in Chief. We’re in good hands folks….oh gosh,” the news host said sarcastically while laughing.
Panahi had just played a clip from 2017 where Biden attempted to recall a story, presumably about a weird swimming pool event. Biden mumbled through his story by saying this:
“I sit on the stand, and it’s getting hot, I’ve got hairy legs that turn… that turn, um, blonde in the sun. And the kids used to come up and reach in the pool and rub my leg down so it was straight and watch the hair come back up again. They’d look at it. So, I learned about roaches, I learned about kids jumping on my lap, and I’ve loved kids jumping on my lap.”
Panahi joked that Biden’s story could only come from “a sane man in peak physical and mental condition.
In February, a crowd started laughing at President Biden when he began stumbling upon his words during a speech. “If they have to payout a hundred and fifty, thou, tie, hum, um…A hundred fifty-nine thousand… Billion… um, Dollars… Leb… Less!!” the president attempted to say.
WATCH: Biden stumbles so bad that he has to stop mid-sentence, triggering an awkward laugh from the audience pic.twitter.com/pdLJSoa7LX
— Clayton Keirns (@CKeirns) February 28, 2023