The Most Bizarre Line of Biden’s State of the Union Address Was Not in His Script

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Joe Biden’s failed presidency took another turn for the worse on Tuesday when the gaffe-prone octogenarian inexplicably went off-script during his State of the Union address and committed another cringeworthy blunder.

While addressing the United States’ increasingly unstable relationship with ascendant superpower China, Biden angrily declared, “Autocracies have grown weaker, not stronger.”

He then went off-script as he yelled: “Name me a world leader who’d change places with Xi Jinping! Name me one! Name me one!”

Biden angrily jabbed his index finger in the air during the bizarre rant, which ignited a flurry of snarky Twitter responses.

Numerous Twitter users said the unscripted rhetorical question made no sense, nor did Biden‘s baffling emotional meltdown.

“I still don’t know what this was,” one person tweeted. “The yelling just came out of left field.”

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