Biden Declares: ‘I’m Proud To Be President’

And the Gaffs just keep on coming!

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Joe Biden Gaffe: I’m Proud to be President of the United States – 1/19/13 – YouTube

1/19/13 – On the eve of 2013 Presidential Inauguration, Vice President Joe Biden made a surprise appearance at the Iowa State Inaugural Ball in Washington, D.C. And he had a very important announcement to make to the crowd. At the beginning of his speech, Biden began praising his soon to be re-inaugurated boss and let slip, “I’m proud to be President of the United States,” before stopping himself as nervous laughter from the audience turned into wild cheers. Biden corrected himself and said what he had intended: “I’m proud to be Vice President of the United States, but I’m prouder to be President Barack Obama’s vice president.”

via Joe Biden Gaffe: I’m Proud to be President of the United States – 1/19/13 – YouTube.

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