Watch: Australian Newscaster Bursts Into Laughter At Joe Biden Blunders

Outside of the United States, many have taken notice of President Joe Biden’s propensity to practically stumble from one letdown to the next.

The unpleasant duty of viewing a Biden comedy tape forced an Australian television news anchor to laugh so hard that by the end of it, she was in tears.

Rita Panahi, the host of Sky News Australia, was entrusted with observing Biden living down to expectations.

For context, Panahi brought up the president’s routine medical exam from last week and the fact that it found him to be “fit for duty.”

Watch Panahi viewing the tape and then reacting to it:

The segment aired just a few days before Biden’s most recent physical mishap, which occurred when he struggled with the steps leading to his plane in Poland.

The video shows Biden carefully ascending the stairs before falling and attempting to swiftly right himself.

It was a near-exact repetition of an earlier occurrence in 2021 when Biden tripped while climbing the stairs on Air Force One.

This time, he was strong enough to turn back and salute before boarding the plane:

Following a physical last week, it was discovered that Biden, 80, had neuropathy in his feet and a stiff walk.

“Neuropathy refers to any disorder that impacts the nerves outside of your brain or spinal cord,” the Cleveland Clinic states.

“There are several causes for this, including trauma, infections, and genetic diseases. There are numerous potential symptoms as well. Treatment options for this condition’s numerous causes, manifestations, or symptoms can vary greatly from person to person,” according to the clinic.

Some others preferred to concentrate on the advantages.

The president “remains fit for duty, and fully fulfills all of his obligations without any exclusions or concessions,” White House physician Kevin O’Connor stated in a summary of the health exam.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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