US President Joe Biden appears lost on stage after the speech, Internet shocked

Joe Biden thanked all attendees in his speech. (Archive photo)

A video of US President Joe Biden appearing lost on stage during an event shocked the internet. The President addressed Wednesday at the seventh Global Fund replenishment conference in New York. After his speech, he turned to leave the podium but stopped and looked lost. Mr. Biden was also seen uttering some words that were inaudible due to thunderous applause at the event venue. The video was posted by many users on Twitter and other social media platforms.

The event was organized to raise funds to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. In this regard, $ 14.25 billion was raised, the highest amount ever pledged for a multilateral health organization.

In his speech, Mr. Biden thanked all attendees for their contributions. “Thank you for fighting for what matters. It’s about saving lives – there is no ambiguity here – working with partners to ensure that all communities are healthy and strong – at least have a chance to be healthy and strong; people everywhere can live in dignity, “he said, according to the speech uploaded to the White House website.

“We demonstrate our collective power to take on the challenges that matter most in people’s lives and to make progress. We have so much, so much to do, so let’s get down to business. And thank you everyone for everything you are doing,” he said. continued he said.

But when the President turned right to leave the podium, he paused for a second, wondering if he should get off here. The guest then read a thank you note that caught the 79-year-old’s attention.

The video has been viewed nearly two million times. Twitter users posted a flurry of comments.

“Is that ice cream truck music?” one user commented. “I feel like this is Scary Movie 3,” said another.

This is not the first time that the president of the United States has been mocked for gaffe. In April, a video showed that Mr. Biden was seen reaching out for a handshake after a speech when no one was around.