President Joe Biden survived another week, but not without suffering a series of flubs and miscues. He almost knocked over the Brazilian flag during a conference at the United Nations. He fought a sad and ultimately losing battle against an audio contraption designed to facilitate language translation.
On a related note, anyone who has ever listened to Biden, 80, attempt to speak in English probably could've used a translator to help decipher what the hell he was talking about. For example, he asked world leaders to cooperate on "accelerating the climate crisis." (He meant the opposite of that.) He used the word "bipartisan" as a noun. He said the word "partners" way too many times in rapid succession.
Biden bragged to world leaders about his administration's efforts to "ngsvleihzsalz" American institutions and "cleep" something to do with clean energy. He also praised the Congressional Black Caucus for all the important work its members have done to promote social justice. Which would have been a perfectly fine thing to say except he was speaking to the Congressional Hispanic Caucus.
Have a great weekend!
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