Biden Totally Crashed Out On Live TV With World Leader!


Joe Biden was caught trashing U.S. media in front of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the saying couldn’t be truer, previously reported.

It was when Biden invited Modi to the Oval Office for a photo-op, and while the two sat down, good ol’ Joe went on a mini-rant against the media in a very Trump-like manner.

And now in this very same meeting with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Joe went on to make a joke about there being people in India with the last name Biden, also pulling down his mask to do a little gold-digging and of course, forgetting what years he was vice president.

Here’s what Biden said, “I found out that there was a captain George Biden who was a captain in the East India Tea Company. That’s hard for an Irishman to admit. I shouldn’t be so casual; I hope you understand humor.”

This gaffe was only the beginning. For nearly twenty minutes, Joe Biden stumbled over the words prepared for him on flashcards.

Then Biden made the following statement about India-U.S. relations, “In fact, back in 2006, I set that hope out where I said that by 2020 when I was Vice President – 2020, India and the United States would be moving closer.”

Biden then tried to explain that today marks a new chapter in the U.S.–India ties, “I think that the relationship between India and the United States, the largest democracies in the world, is destined to be stronger, closer, and tighter. And I think it can benefit the whole world.” 

Even though Biden may have had a couple of awkward moments during the photo-op, what really matters is what comes next. This administration will soon enough have some policy they claim will help U.S.–India ties, when in reality it will be just like every other foreign policy decision made by the elite class over the last few decades: a front for outsourcing U.S. jobs and lowering the wages of the American People.

Watch it here: PMO India/Youtube

Sources: 100percentfedup,

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