Joe Biden appeared to forget the name of Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison during an announcement of a trilateral military partnership with the U.K. and Australia.
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson had just announced via teleconference Wednesday a military alliance initiative called AUKUS before handing the floor over to Biden.
“Thanks Boris,” Biden said to the screen before turning to his right, where Morrison was also present via teleconference.
“And I wanna thank that fellow down under,” Biden said, pointing to Morrison. “Thank you very much, pal. Appreciate it, Mr. Prime Minister.”
Did Biden forget the Australian Prime Minister’s name? pic.twitter.com/B9ADCerqip
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This certainly isn’t the first time Biden’s forgotten someone’s name on live television.
In an August press conference, Biden referred to his 47-year-old senior adviser Cedric Richmond as “boy.”
Biden also forgot the name of his Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Berrera in July.
Joe Biden forgets his own HHS Secretary’s name: “Xavier…uh…Mr. Secretary” pic.twitter.com/YQin9q7swf
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In March, Biden forgot the name of his Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin.
Heck, he forgot he was the puppet president in June!
Though it’s painfully obvious to anybody with half a brain that Biden is in cognitive decline, Secretary of State Antony Blinken still lied in front of the American people, insisting Biden is in complete control of the Executive Branch and doesn’t have handlers of any kind.
The AUKUS agreement announced Wednesday claims to essentially help Australia develop nuclear submarines in the pursuit of curbing China’s expansion in the Indo-Pacific region.
Watch the full trilateral AUKUS announcement: