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BIDEN’S MOVES THAT SHOCKED THE AUDIENCE!

US President Biden continues to be on the agenda with his recent behavior. Confused about how to get off the podium one day, Biden raises his hand to shake hands with someone who isn’t in front of him another day. Lastly, 79-year-old Biden, who attended a bridge opening, turned to the space behind him and made a speech. While those moments were surprising, his health status came to the fore as a result of these behaviors of the US president.

79-year-old US President JBiden is frequently on the agenda with his moves and gaffes in front of the cameras. It is even questioned whether the American president is healthy with his actions. Finally, what Biden did on the podium surprised those who saw it.

Spoke Into The Void

After the completion of the repair of the Pennsylvania Fern Hollow Bridge, which was destroyed 9 months ago, US President Joe Biden made a speech at the opening of the bridge. After JBiden finished speaking, he turned around and chatted for a while. Then, turning around and pausing on the podium, JBiden found the right way, although he seemed confused as he descended the podium.

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BEFORE BIDDING, REMEMBER THE REASON OF HIS SON’S DEATH

In a speech in Vail, Colorado, US President JBiden mistakenly said that his son Beau “died in Iraq”. “I say this as a human father, he won the Bronze Star, an outstanding service medal, and died in Iraq,” JBiden said in his speech. However, it is known that Biden’s son Beau died of cancer.

MADE IT MANY TIMES

Biden called Indiana Congressman Jackie Walorski, who died in a traffic accident in the past months, during his speech at the conference on hunger he attended. In addition, JBiden had been surprised many times in his previous speeches how he would get off the podium.

Gül Demirci

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