07:49 GMT03 August 2021
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    Last week, the former US vice president raised eyebrows and caused concern among social media users after he gave an interview to the Pod Save America podcast, where he said that the Democratic Party had put up “the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organisation in the history of American politics”.

    Not a week goes by without Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden making a gaffe resulting in social media users bursting into laughter, but this one seems to top all of his previous slip-ups. In a video posted on Twitter, the 77-year-old is speaking at a rally in Pennsylvania. Biden starts his sentence by saying "I’ll lead an effective strategy to mobilise", but what he says at the end of the sentence is a total mystery...

    ​The footage instantly went viral and left social media users in stitches.

    ​Netizens offered various explanations for the gibberish the former vice president had spoken.

    ​Some users said they were planning to vote for Trump, but then reconsidered after Biden’s speech.

    ​Many thought that the Democrat was repeating some code or speaking Ukrainian and referring to the Hunter Biden scandal. The New York Post recently published a story that alleges Joe Biden’s son Hunter had arranged meetings between his father and an adviser to the board of the Ukrainian gas firm Burisma and that Joe Biden was involved in his son’s business dealings overseas, something that the politician has repeatedly denied.

    ​Others praised the former vice president for speaking on such an important subject.

    ​Others contended that the 77-year-old is suffering from a serious medical condition and is unfit to be president.

    ​Still others thought that Biden was pronouncing the name of a medication.

    ​Can you guess what Joe Biden was trying to say?

    Joe Biden, US Election 2020, Donald Trump, political gaffe
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