This is the 40th installment of "Joe Biden's Senior Moment of the Week." It's also the first since Sleepy Joe officially announced his campaign for reelection. At 80 years of age, Biden is running despite being statistically unlikely to survive a second four-year term in the White House.
Biden bumbled his way through another week of public appearances, inventing several words, including "agjslhe" and "regsteruphna," as well as a movie, "Top One Maverick." (It's his favorite.)
The octogenarian chief executive lost his way on several occasions and was startled by a child who reminded him that he should probably stop hanging with children and get back to work. (Biden has a long history of inappropriate touching, kissing, and smelling.)
"I can't even say I guess how old I am," Biden said following a meeting with the South Korean president at the White House. Alas, basic math has often confounded our doddering leader. For roughly the 100th time since taking office, Biden forgot how many grandchildren he has.