On Monday, President Joe Biden delivered remarks to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act from the South Lawn of the White House.
The ADA was established in 1990 to ensure equal rights and protection for those with disabilities.
Actress Selma Blair, who has multiple sclerosis (MS), joined Biden for his address.
Vice President Biden was seen being physically affectionate with Selma Blair after she left the lectern.
During his remarks, Joe Biden stumbled over words and erroneously referred to a Democrat lawmaker.
“Scanlon – I keep telling them I think we’re related. I found when I went to Ireland, they did my genealogy – I got a Scanlon background,” Biden said.
“So, I may be your 19th cousin,” he said.
BIDEN: Scanlon – I keep telling them I think we’re related. I found when I went to Ireland, they did my genealogy – I got a Scanlon background.
So, I may be your 19th cousin." pic.twitter.com/epj62OwVwG
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) October 2, 2023
After completing his 15-minute speech, Biden jogged away awkwardly.