Biden Starts Begging Little Girl To Tell Him Where To Go

( – On Monday, President Joe Biden was attempting to exit a stage when he suddenly became disoriented and lost his sense of direction. To successfully leave the podium, he had to ask a young child for directions.

Biden, who is 80 years old, reached out and touched the little girl’s arm, and then he started walking off the stage. However, he soon appeared to lose his bearings and asked, “Which way do we go?”

After the child pointed off the stage in the right direction, the President of the United States could finally exit the platform without further incident.

This week, while making remarks in Arizona, Biden committed another of his trademark gaffes by mispronouncing a phrase relating to “nanochips.”

“It will construct a second fab [sic] in Phoenix to build chips, three nanochips, three nanochip, chips that are three nano,” Biden mangled. “Any – you know what I’m saying. Nano-nono, I don’t know.”

The error made by the President, who is now 80 years old, was largely brought to people’s attention on social media but was ignored by corporate media outlets.

In a joint address with the current President of France, Emmanuel Macron, President Joe Biden butchered the name of the Marquis de Lafayette, a French officer who played a crucial role in the American Revolution in the 1770s.

Biden mumbled something along the lines of, “From the spirit of Marcus duh L-Lafayette who helped secure the success of our revolution.”

The name “Marquis” is not the same as the given name “Marcus” in French; instead, it is a title.
The word “Marcus” was crossed out with a line through it in the official transcript that the White House released of Biden’s remarks, and the word “Marquis” was written in brackets next to it.

During a subsequent address, Joe Biden referred to France as “Frank,” which caused Emmanuel Macron to display a bewildered expression.

Biden said, “France was our first ally and the first country to fly the American flag after our revolution.”

“And Frank hosted the first diplomatic post before – more than anything else – France has been our first friend.”

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