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'Mumbler in chief:' Biden's lackluster delivery in front of world leader draws scorn on social media

A clip of President Biden mumbling through his comments during Israeli President Isaac Herzog’s visit to the White House renewed many Twitter users’ concerns over his mental fitness.

While addressing the visiting leader, Biden gave a few words on the United States’ relationship with Israel. However, as he touted progress between the two countries, he began looking down and mumbled his words.

“We got a lot more to do, but there’s progress. Last year, we can be the largest gathering of Arab Israelis in a decade together form, and we resolved the maritime boundary dispute between Israel and Lebanon, which people thought could never happen. We opened up the airspace for Israel over Saudi Arabia and Oman after I had a little visit there,” Biden said.

President Biden and President Isaac Herzog

President Biden kept his head down and mumbled through some of his statements to Israeli President Isaac Herzog (Fox News)

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State Freedom Caucus Network communications director Greg Price tweeted, “Imagine watching this video and then thinking to yourself ‘yep. I want four more years of that.’”

“Joe Biden preparing for his second presidential run, bursting with energy,” Telegraph contributor Nile Gardiner joked.

Conservative commentator Steve Guest wrote, “What on earth is Joe Biden saying? This is scary.”

Jayapal speaking

President Herzog’s visit came after Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) attacked Israel as a “racist state.” (Nathan Posner/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

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Herzog’s most recent visit to the White House came after Rep. Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash., accused Israel of being a “racist state.” Though White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was asked multiple times on the Biden administration’s position on the comments, she did not outright condemn Jayapal.

“I mean, the president has been very clear, right? And I kind of stated this, at the beginning, the United States and Israel’s relationship is a special one. There’s a special bond, there’s a commitment. And it is a commitment to Israel’s right to exist, Israel’s security and its legitimacy,” Jean-Pierre said.

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