Biden started screaming at a crowd for one humiliating reason

The current president can’t seem to stop embarrassing himself. It’s like he wants to hand Trump the election.

And Biden started screaming at a crowd for one humiliating reason.

Over the weekend, President Joe Biden insisted that an audience at the White House applaud during his speech on St. Patrick’s Day.

Biden made his statements on Sunday while speaking alongside Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar to commemorate the history of Irish people in America.

“We celebrate the bonds of our friendship today connecting millions of Irish Americans and American people,” Biden said.

“We celebrate the friendship between the two nations — one that has shaped our past, strengthened our present and inspires our future.”

Biden stated that the two countries celebrated 100 years of diplomatic relations this year, that economic links between the two countries continue to strengthen, and that they share similar ideals.

“Ireland now is one of the top ten investors in the United States economy,” Biden said.

“And our countries stand proudly for liberty and against tyranny. We stand together and oppose Russia’s brutal war of aggression in Ukraine. You can clap for that, please.”


Biden’s embarrassing plea for applause is reminiscent of Jeb Bush’s infamous line back in 2016.

Maybe politicians should focus on doing and saying things that are worth applause rather than acting like a spoiled brat.

But what else would you expect from the gaffe machine that is Joe Biden.

During a meeting with Varadkar late last week, Biden complimented Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s (D-NY) speech against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

But not without stumbling over all of his words.

“Senator Schumer contacted my staff, my senior staff, he was going to make that speech, and, uh, he, uh, I’m not going to exag — er — elaborate on the speech, he made a good speech and I think he, uh, expressed the serious concern shared not only by him, but by many Americans,” Biden replied.

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