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In his latest job title mistake, Biden calls himself 'vice president'

President Biden called himself 'vice president' on Thursday when he complained about not being able to buy an electric Corvette. This was the latest job title mix-up from the leader of the country.

“I’m not going to be able to do it because I can’t drive a vehicle while I’m vice president,” Biden said during a virtual meeting with General Motors CEO Mary Barra.

Biden quickly corrected himself, saying, "while I'm president." He already owns a 1967 Corvette Stingray.

US News & World Report says that GM plans to put out a hybrid Corvette as early as 2023, followed by a fully electric model.

From 2009 to 2017, Biden, who is 79, was vice president.

The president has often gotten his job title wrong in the past.

Joe Biden
In another slip-up, Biden called himself “vice president” during a virtual meeting.
Susan Walsh/AP

Biden said in May that he was the first US senator from Delaware when he meant to say that he was the president.

Biden has also called Kamala Harris "President" at least four times, most recently in January. By doing this, he gave his vice president a title for his own job.

Even though Biden says he plans to run for a second term, most Democrats say in polls that they want a new presidential candidate in 2024. This is the latest mistake. Biden's popularity has dropped a lot because of the worst inflation since 1981.

Republican critics have long questioned Biden's mental health, and Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-Texas), who was the White House doctor for both Barack Obama and Donald Trump, has called for him to take a test for dementia.

Trump said during the 2020 campaign that Biden's mind was "shot." Biden's supporters, on the other hand, point out that he has a long history of making mistakes.

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