Believe It Or Not, the Most Embarrassing Moment For Biden Happened AFTER The Debate was Over

The first presidential debate of the 2024 election was undoubtedly a complete and utter disaster for Joe Biden who seemed to embarrass himself every time he opened his mouth to speak – but the hands down MOST embarrassing moment for old Joe actually came AFTER the debate was over.

After Biden spent an hour and a half getting absolutely demolished, it was time for him to exit stage which, as we’ve seen in the past, seemed to be a bit…problematic for him.

While Trump easily walked off stage (as you would hope any potential president would be capable for doing) Biden required a bit more guidance.

Joe could be seen clenching onto the podium for dear life as if it was the only thing keeping him standing and then his handler wife Jill Biden came over to escort him off stage.

Jill took the president’s hand and gently led him off stage carefully like an animal at a petting zoo but the embarrassment didn’t end there for Joe.

For some reason, the Democrats decided to abuse the senile old man pretending to be the president for a little while longer and they brought him out to speak to a liberal audience of presumably paid actors who were watch partying the debate.

That’s when Jill completely destroyed any bit of respect that people may have had left for Joe Biden, congratulating him like you would a kindergartener for “answering all of the questions.”

Watch the video here to see the MOST embarrassing moment of the day.


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