Biden‘s Made Up Word Is Becoming A Trend

President Joe Biden’s favorite made up word is becoming a trend, as America’s leader continues to use it regardless of whether the word really exists in the English language.

The video offers many examples of Biden saying “expodentially,” an apparent twist on exponentially. Everyone goofs up once in a while during a speech, but this gaffe has become a regular guest to Biden’s remarks.

Is there someone in the White House who is going to tell him the truth that the word doesn’t exist? If they haven’t by now, it may not be coming.

For viewers, it’s sure fun to enjoy a good laugh over Biden’s “creative license” when it comes to adding to a new term to the dictionary.

A quick online search even shows some have picked upon the trend. You can now order your own t-shirt or other products with the word.

Trump had his Twitter covfefe typo. Biden has his expodentially.

But Trump would go on to joke about his typo, having fun with the one-time blunder. Biden may not even realize what he’s doing, given that’s he’s repeated the gaffe on numerous occasions.

And that’s where the joke ends. It’s funny, but it also exposes a serious concern about the allegations of “cognitive decline” of the leader of the free world. Watch it and decide for yourself in the video below.


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