President Biden referred to Vice President Kamala Harris as “President Harris” during the White House’s Stanley Cup celebration on Monday.
“President Harris is here to make sure we do it the right way,” Biden, 80, said in an apparent joke just moments after taking the stage to honor the Las Vegas Golden Knights, who won the Stanley Cup in June.
The gaffe marks the latest example of Biden mistakenly referring to Harris as “the president,” which has happened on at least six previous occasions.
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On one such occasion in October 2022, Biden called Harris a “great president” while wishing her a happy birthday during an event at the White House. “Happy birthday to a great president, we know your mother is always with you,” Biden said.
He called her “President Harris.” During remarks in South Carolina in December 2021, and did so at another event earlier that year in January. In March 2022, he also mistakenly called Harris “First Lady” while speaking to reporters.
Biden, who will turn 81 on November 20, is the oldest person ever to serve as president. If elected to a second term, he will be 82 years old on Inauguration Day, and 86 years old when he leaves office.
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Harris, 59, has often defended Biden against concerns about his age, including within her own party. Last month, she told “60 Minutes” that “Joe Biden is alive and running for re-election.”
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