VIDEO: Biden Humiliates Himself In Front Of World Leaders

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Footage of President Joe Biden raging during the Group of Seven meeting is doing the rounds on social media.

The President arrived in Japan on Thursday (May 18) to attend a meeting of the world’s most powerful democracies, abandoning plans to travel to Papua New Guinea and Australia so he could return to debt talks in Washington.

As Biden made several gaffes during the trip, conservatives mocked the 80-year-old’s actions.

Early Sunday (May 21) morning, the Republican National Committee (RNC) investigative report shared a clip of Biden stumbling over his words as he spoke about the U.S. debt ceiling during a press conference at the Hiroshima summit.

In the clip, Biden gives a rambling statement about there being “a lot of other…For example, the idea that we’re… in terms of taxes that they refuse to…for example, we, I was able to balance the budget and pass everything.”

Biden then branches off on how he was able to cut the deficit by $1.7 billion in his first two years as President “because [he] was able to say to that the 55 corporations in America that made 44 hundred billion dollars or 40 billion dollars, 400 billion dollars, that they they pay zero in tax, zero.”

Captioning the footage, the RNC wrote: “What is Biden talking about?”

At the start of the trip, Biden was also caught on camera as he tripped down the stairs on his way to take a photo with the G7 leaders.

Another video showed now Biden appearing confused about which direction he should walk in after taking a group photo with other leaders.