Ryan E.
November 26, 2022

Joe Biden Botches Thanksgiving Phone Call

On Thanksgiving Day, Joe Biden was involved with those four little words we'll remember forever.

The words that are sure to set a new generation of holiday traditions aflame with passion:

"Can you hear me?"

Because OF COURSE Joe Biden had trouble connecting when he was supposed to kick off the famous Thanksgiving Day Parade via telephone.

The man is EIGHTY years old and I would seriously doubt has the ability to tie his own shoes. He's the PRESIDENT for Pete's sake, didn't he have anyone around to help him?

Joe and First Lady Jill Biden tried to call into NBC's coverage of the parade, but we're faced with nothing but technical difficulties for about 20 seconds.

"Can you hear me, Mr. President," the audience finally heard host Dylan Dreyer ask the president.

"We're here," Biden finally responded.

"Oh, I was so worried this call wasn't going to go through," Dreyer responded.

No kidding, Dylan. You and America both.

Biden was eventually able to be heard and wanted to thank first responders. "I want to say thanks to the firefighters and police officers, first responders. They never take a break," Biden said.

"God bless our troops for sure," Jill Biden chimed in.

"And by the way, we're going to be talking to some of our troops later in the day, both here and abroad. I hope everybody remembers. We remember them every single day," Biden concluded. "God bless our troops for real!"

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