Joe Biden Addressed Trump ‘A Sitting President’; Mocked and Criticized Online

President Joe Biden, 81, is facing criticism for a recent speech in South Carolina in which he incorrectly referred to Donald Trump as the “sitting president.” As reported by Yahoo News.

It was a “loud statement” delivered during an economic talk, and Biden also slammed Trump for avoiding a cemetery visit to honor deceased American heroes.

The incident has sparked internet debate, particularly on X (previously Twitter), where individuals responded to Biden’s mistake.

Some opponents speculated that the error could provide grist for conspiracy theorists who feel Trump was robbed of the 2020 presidential election. Others found amusement in the scenario, calling it “entertaining” to see two old men “making jabs at each other.”

Biden’s remarks come in the wake of a big legal development for Trump. In a slander lawsuit, the former president was sentenced to pay $83.3 million to former writer E. Jean Carroll.

Carroll won the case, with the jury awarding her $18.3 million in compensatory damages and an additional $65 million in punitive penalties.

Trump fiercely disputed the ruling, calling it “absolutely ridiculous” and indicating that he intends to appeal, characterizing the situation as a “politically motivated attack” planned by Biden.

Joe Biden, 81, is the oldest President in US history, and the state of his health is a frequent source of discussion and concern among residents.

As a reminder, Trump, who is known for his constant criticism of the American leader, unexpectedly stated during a town hall meeting in Iowa with Fox News host Sean Hannity that mocking Biden because of his declining mental abilities due to age is not a good idea, according to The Washington Times on June 4th.

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