Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden mistakenly introduced his granddaughter Finnegan as his late son Beau Biden, who died of brain cancer in 2015 at age 46. Then called her by her cousin Natalie's name, before finally introducing Natalie as Beau's daughter to a crowd of supporters.
Biden exact words were, “This is my son, Beau Biden, who a lot of you helped elect to the Senate in Delaware, this is my granddaughter Natalie — no wait, I’ve got the wrong one. This is Natalie. This is Beau’s daughter,”
Not only did he get all their names mixed up, but he also said his late son Beau Biden was elected to the Senate in Delaware. When he actually served as Delaware attorney general from 2007 to 2015, not a senator.
The former vice president, who turns 78 this month, will be the oldest person elected president in history. President Trump repeatedly refers to him as “Sleepy Joe” as Biden often stutters, mixes up names, and gets confused mid-sentence, and sometimes makes no sense at all when he talks.
According to DailyMail
Joe Biden made an embarrassing gaffe during his final pit stop on election day as he introduced his granddaughter Finnegan as his late son Beau Biden, then called her by her cousin Natalie's name, before finally correctly introducing Natalie as Beau's daughter to a crowd of supporters in Philadelphia.
'This is my son, Beau Biden who a lot of you helped elect to the Senate in Delaware,' he said as he put his arm around Finnegan's shoulder.
He then continued with the slip-up by calling her Natalie and saying she is Beau's daughter. Natalie, 16, is Beau's daughter while Finnegan, 20, is actually the daughter of Biden’s other son Hunter.
'This is my granddaughter, Natalie,' Biden continued, before saying: 'No wait, we got the wrong one.'
He then finally put his arm around Natalie's shoulder, who was standing close by, and said correctly: 'This is Natalie, this is Beau's daughter.'
The latest gaffe from Biden, who suffers from a stutter, came as he addressed a large crowd of supporters in Philadelphia just hours before the polls close.