VIDEO: Biden Painfully Struggles to Read Simple Quote

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President Joe Biden’s ongoing struggle against the teleprompter and notes persists, with the latter consistently gaining the upper hand in their battles.

During Sunday’s event, Biden once again demonstrated why a significant number of Americans doubt his suitability for the position.

“Standing here in front of this portrait of the man behind me,” he began.

The “portrait of the man behind me” referred to President Abraham Lincoln.

“He, uh, he said…. And I want to make sure I get this quote exactly right,” Biden continued. He said, ‘We — the better angels.’ He said… ‘We must address — council, ah, address the better angels of our nature.”

Biden added, “And we do well to remember what else he said. He said, ‘We’re not enemies but we’re friends.’ It’s the middle… in the part of the Civil War.”

Watch the embarrassing clip below:

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