Alarming video of President Joe Biden has White House staff on edge

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Biden has barely stumbled through the first three years of his presidency thus far. At this point, it’s a miracle if he makes it to his fourth year.

And an alarming video of President Joe Biden has White House staff on edge.

There’s not a lot of people who can embarrass the United States on a public stage like President Biden.

His ability to make the nation look weak when in the presence of foreign leaders, is mind-boggling.

And that’s exactly what Biden did on Monday after making a joint speech with King Abdullah II of Jordan.

“Your majesty, over to you,” the president said before Abdullah was set to make his remarks at the White House.

Biden then awkwardly stumbled around behind the king as if he wasn’t sure where to stand.

This caused Abdullah to become confused because Biden didn’t seem to be in the correct spot once he eventually settled on a place to stand.

“I switched sides on you,” the president said.

This latest incident comes in the wake of a disastrous press conference that President Biden held where he tried to defend his memory and cognitive ability which was put on blast in special counsel Robert Hur’s report regarding the president’s improper handling of classified documents.

“The world is laughing at US,” Andrew Giuliani, the son of former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, said on X.

“Don’t judge his mental acuity. Judge him by his ability to get things done, like stand where the tape is and do so on the appropriate side of your invited guest,” Melik Abdul, a radio host, quipped on X.

Recently, the White House announced that Joe Biden would not take a cognitive exam as part of his physical.

That decision of course only allows for more Americans to believe that the president is most likely suffering from some sort of cognitive decline.

According to an ABC News/Ipsos poll that came out on Sunday, 86% of U.S. citizens feel as though Biden is “too old” to be commander-in-chief.

That’s in contrast to 62% who feel the same way about former President Donald Trump, a number that’s significantly lower than how Americans feel about Biden.

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