Biden Calls VP Kamala Harris “President Harris”

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( – At the White House’s 2023 Stanley Cup celebration, President Biden used “President Harris” to address Vice President Kamala Harris on Monday, November 13.

The President stated that “President Harris” was present at the event to ensure that they were doing everything correctly in honoring the Las Vegas Golden Knights for their win in June of the Stanley Cup. This is not the first time that Biden has accidentally called Harris “president,” and there are at least six previously reported instances of this occurring, according to Fox News.

In October 2022, Biden stated that Harris was a “great president” while sending her birthday wishes during an event at the White House. A year earlier in December 2021, he had also referred to Harris as “President.” Similarly, in January of 2021, he had also called her the “president” during a different event.

In March 2022 while talking to reporters, he accidentally called Harris the “first lady.”

Biden is currently the oldest U.S. sitting president, having turned 81 on November 20. If he manages to win his 2024 presidential campaign, then he will start his second term in office at the age of 82. He would be 86 by the time he was finishing his second term.

While there are many concerns from critics about the President’s age and how it is affecting his abilities, Harris has often dismissed those concerns. In a recent interview on “60 Minutes,” she argued that the President was very “alive” and running for a second term in office.

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