Tired-Looking Joe Biden Gets Visibly Confused During Speech Before World Leaders

Joe Biden appeared tired as he made confused statements from the G7 summit

A tired-looking Joe Biden appeared visibly confused during remarks before world leaders at the G7 Summit in the UK on Sunday.

Video from the event, where the leaders of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States have gathered in Cornwall, England, shows Biden repeatedly confusing Syria with Libya.

While addressing members of the press from the global summit, Biden appeared to become confused while losing his place and trailing off several times.

At one point during a press conference, Biden was responding to a question from NBC News’s Peter Alexander.

Alexander asked Biden what actions his administration plans to take against Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Biden talked about Russia’s ongoing military actions in Syria but repeatedly froze and stumbled in his response.

joe biden struggled to form coherent sentences and repeatedly confused syria with libya
Joe Biden struggled to form coherent sentences and repeatedly confused Syria with Libya

During mumbling Biden’s answer, he three times mistakenly confused Syria with Libya.

“There is no guarantee you can change a person’s behavior or the behavior of their country,” Biden began.

“Autocrats have enormous power and they do not have to answer to a public.

“The fact is that it may very well be if I respond in kind, which I will, that it does not dissuade him. He wants to keep going.

“But I think we’re gonna be moving in a direction where Russia has its own dilemmas, let us say, in dealing with its economy, dealing with — COVID, and dealing with, not only the United States but Europe writ large and the Middle East.

“There is a lot going on where we can work together with Russia,” Biden continued.

“For example, in Libya, we should be opening up the passes to be able to go through and provide — food assistance — an economic, I mean — vital assistance to a population that is in real trouble.

“I think I’m gonna very hard — by the way there’s places where — I should not be starting off by negotiating in public here, but let me say it this way — Russia has engaged in activities which we believe are contrary to international norms,” he said.

“They have also bitten off some real problems they’re gonna have trouble chewing on.

“For example, the rebuilding of Syria, of Libya — you know, this is — they’re there and as long as they’re there without the ability to bring about some order in the region, you can’t do that very well without providing or the basic economic needs of people, so I am hopeful that we can find accommodation where we can save the lives of people in, for example, in Libya consistent with the interests of — may be far different reasons — but for the same reasons,” Biden concluded.

joe biden joined other world leaders for the g7 summit in cornwall  england
Joe Biden joined other world leaders for the G7 Summit in Cornwall, England

The clip was widely shared on Twitter with President Biden’s critics commenting on his longtime tendency to gaffe, and questioning the state of his cognitive abilities, which has been under scrutiny since he launched his campaign for president.

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