WASHINGTON, DC: Vice President Kamala Harris found herself in an unusual situation as she was vehemently mocked after taking to President Joe Biden.
The commander in chief, who became the oldest president in American history when he took office in 2021, turned 81 on Monday, November 20, amid growing concern about his health and acuity.
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He celebrated the occasion by joining social media platform Threads and posting a photo of himself smiling next to a giant cake.
This is also true here, in the countryside. I joined Threads. Follow me there: https://t.co/vhwuw7j0zu. pic.twitter.com/XTdAcxbgEx
– Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) November 20, 2023
“I turned 81 and all I got was a new social platform! Thanks for your wishes, friends. And to the birthday candle factory workers, I hope your union will give you overtime,” the American president wrote on X (formerly Twitter). .
He also received an outpouring of birthday wishes from his celebrity friends and fellow Democrats on social media.
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Among those friends was Harris, who said: “Happy birthday to President @JoeBiden, a leader of courage and compassion, a leader of strength and skill, and a leader who continues to fight for the American people ”, and added a smiling smile. photo of her and Biden.
We wish a happy birthday to President @JoeBiden, a courageous and compassionate leader, a strong and capable leader, and a leader who continues to fight for the American people. pic.twitter.com/9ms44VvrAB
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) November 20, 2023
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Internet Reacts to Kamala Harris’ Birthday Wish for Joe Biden
As soon as Kamala Harris’ wish surfaced on social media, trolls wasted no time in mocking her and Joe Biden.
One joked: “Does he even know it’s his birthday?” while another added: “Happy birthday to the worst president in history! We don’t want to forget Kamala! The worst administration in history!”
“I hope he has a great birthday! But you lost me as leader…and I bet he would agree too,” one person said, as expressed by someone on Twitter. ‘other, “Skill? 😂 The guy needs notes to tell him what to say, where to go, stand up and sit down even though he’s been doing this job for years.
One user wrote: “The great thing is you can wish him happy birthday all day, every hour, and he’ll think it’s the first time every time.”
“When you say things like that it only confirms that you are almost as incompetent as him,” said another.
Does he even know it’s his birthday?
– ‘Merican AF 🇺🇸 (@mericanaf7) November 20, 2023
Happy birthday to the worst president in history!
We don’t want to forget Kamala!
The worst administration in history!
– Patriotic Dad ❤️✝️🇺🇸 (@NickCAdams) November 20, 2023
I hope he has a great birthday! But you lost me as leader…and I bet he would agree too.
– Nathan (@NathanAmato) November 20, 2023
Skill? 😂 Dude needs notes to tell him what to say, where to go, stand and sit even though he’s been doing this job for years.
– Mélissa 🇺🇸 (@MelissaW_2) November 20, 2023
The great thing is that you can wish him happy birthday all day, every hour and he will think it’s the first time every time.
— David Miller (@dmmfarmer) November 20, 2023
When you say things like that, it only confirms that you are almost as incompetent as him.
– David Wohl (@DavidWohl) November 20, 2023
Kamala Harris says she and Joe Biden must ‘earn’ their re-election
President Joe Biden’s 81st birthday came amid ongoing concerns about his age that are dominating discussions around his potential 2024 re-election campaign. Kamala Harris previously admitted that she and the president had to “earn” their re-election in 2024.
“We’re going to have to earn our re-election, there’s no doubt about it,” she told CNN in a telephone interview aboard Air Force Two after traveling to South Carolina earlier this month to officially run for the Democratic primary.
President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris prepare for their 2024 re-election campaign (Getty Images)
Harris said the Biden administration’s “very long” list of accomplishments for Black Americans made it difficult to ensure the message was heard, according to the New York Post.
She told the outlet, “In a way,” adding, “Actually, there’s probably a barrier, in the sense that the list is very long, and we have to sort through what we’re repeating over and over again for ourselves.” ensure that it resonates and is actually heard.
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