Biden Brain Freeze: ‘I’m Going to Be In… Where Am I Tomorrow?? I’m Traveling Tomorrow’
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Former Vice President Joe Biden continued his gaffe-filled campaign this week after bizarrely asking his staff “where am I tomorrow?”
“I’m going to be in… umm.. Where am I tomorrow? I’m traveling tomorrow,” Biden told reporters alongside his wife, Dr. Jill Biden.
While speaking in Florida on Wednesday, Biden clearly lost his train of thought and was rambling through a series of issues about drug addiction, veterans affairs, and the military.
“And so, one of the things that… And by the way, this whole notion of… Dealing with… The idea that, Look, more Vets,” said Biden.
Biden was brutally mocked on Tuesday night for trying to pander to Latino voters.
While speaking at an event in Florida to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, Biden created quite a stir when he tried pandering to Latino voters by playing the popular song "Despacito" before his speech.
When Biden approached the podium, he paused and reached for his phone in his pocket.
"I just have one thing to say," Biden began as he looked down at his phone. "Hang on here."
He then held his phone to the microphone, which began playing the 2017 hit song "Despacito" from Fonsi, who had introduced the candidate at the event.
After roughly 15 seconds of bobbing his head and dancing behind the podium, he paused the music.
"I'll tell you what- if I had the talent of any one of these people, I'd be elected president by acclamation," Biden chuckled.
Critics piled on the former VP over the "cringe" moment.
"Oh my," CBS News correspondent Ed O'Keefe reacted.
"Does @JoeBiden realize that Despacito means 'slowly'? Fits well with Slow Joe," Trump campaign senior adviser Mercedes Schlapp quipped.
"This is so unbelievably cringe," tweeted Erielle Davidson, a senior policy analyst at the Jewish Institute for National Security of America.
Biden is in big trouble when he debates President Trump at the end of this month.