Reporters were stunned after Joe Biden made this eyebrow-raising remark

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Joe Biden’s communication skills have deteriorated rapidly in recent years. 

Nearly every time he opens his mouth, a jumbled word salad comes out.  

But reporters were stunned after Joe Biden made this eyebrow-raising remark.

Joe Biden just astonished these interviewers with this bizarre challenge 

Most recently released approval ratings polls show that the vast majority of Americans do not approve of President Joe Biden. 

For example, in a TIPP poll of 1,910 Americans taken from May 29 to May 31, only 36% of respondents signaled their approval of Joe Biden. 

Political experts partly attribute these low approval ratings to Joe Biden’s deteriorating physical health and his inability to communicate effectively. 

On Tuesday, Joe Biden sat down with Time, which pressed the 81-year-old President on these widely-shared concerns. 

At one point during the interview, staff from Time asked Joe Biden if he thinks he could still do the job in four years as an 85-year-old if reelected. 

Joe Biden then blurted out, “I can do it better than anybody you know. You’re looking at me, I can take you too.”

“Watch me. Look, name me a president that’s gotten as much done as I’ve gotten done in my first three and a half years. When all of you wrote in Time magazine I couldn’t get any of it done,” Joe Biden exclaimed to the Time interviewers. 

Joe Biden then attempted to take credit for passing the expensive so-called infrastructure bill, adding, “When you told me there’s no pay, no way, no way he can get a trillion-plus dollar bill done in terms of, to deal with infrastructure, where there’s no way he gets $368 billion for dealing with the environment, where there’s no way I could get the legislation passed on.”

The focus then shifted to foreign policy, with Joe Biden saying “I remember when I was heading to Taiwan, excuse me, to South Korea, to reclaim the chips industry that we had gotten $865 billion in private-sector investment, private-sector investments since I’ve been in.”

“Name me a president who’s done that,” Joe Biden then stammered to his interviewers.  

Time fact-checked these claims, writing that the White House “announced an $866 billion private-sector investment in May, not when Biden went to South Korea in 2022.”

“The funding was also meant for initiatives across clean energy and manufacturing industries, and is not limited to just the chips industry,” the publication further clarified. 

Joe Biden’s poor communication skills could hurt him this November 

Even though the vast majority of Americans do not approve of Joe Biden, most head-to-head polls against his challenger Donald Trump show a close race. This means that every issue and every concern could make the deciding difference this November. 

In addition to Joe Biden’s poor communication skills, experts agree that his poor economic record could hurt his political future as inflation and gas prices skyrocket. 

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story. 

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