“I Better Not Start The Questions. I’ll Get In Trouble.”: Biden Looks Confused And Disoriented At Press Conference [WATCH]

Footage has gone viral on social media showing yet another example of President Biden at a press conference appearing confused and disoriented. Biden even stated, “I better not start the questions. I’ll get in trouble.”

Reportedly, Biden’s handlers then forced members of the press to leave the room before the president could be further questioned. The viral clip from the press conference has left users on social media confused as to why the President of the United States would “get in trouble” for answering questions. The incident has further drawn into question the status of Biden’s cognitive abilities.

Department of Justice investigation. This determination by the special counsel invariably creates a problem for Biden’s reelection prospects.

The American Tribune reported on the conclusion of the special counsel, which determined that charges would not be brought against President Biden in relation to his mishandling of classified documents, partly because of his elderly age and poor memory. “We have also considered that, at trial, Mr. Biden would likely present himself to a jury, as he did during our interview of him, as a sympathetic, well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory,” the report stated. “Based on our direct interactions with and observations of him, he is someone for whom many jurors will want to identify reasonable doubt.”

“The special counsel’s report tries to let Biden off by claiming that he is too mentally incompetent to convict at a trial,” former President Donald Trump commented on the special counsel ruling. “‘I’m not going to charge him with a crime, but it’s okay for him to become Commander in Chief’ – think of that one.” Trump added, “But we know that Joe Biden has always been too mentally incompetent.”

Watch footage of the press conference below.

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