President Biden reportedly panicked for nearly 30 seconds at the Georgia rally on Thursday, after he lost his face mask.
The president was scheduled to give a speech in front of a large crowd in Duluth, Georgia. While things appeared to go great throughout the speech, the ending was a little awkward. And that’s because the president was caught panicking for about 30 seconds after he lost his face mask. This all took place despite the fact that the president is fully vaccinated, confirmed reports.
Joe Biden searched for the mask everywhere, even leafing through his binder to find the lost object. But he just couldn’t manage to find it and that’s when he told reporters at the Georgia rally that he was going to get into trouble.
Thankfully, the president had the first lady nearby for help and within no time, he received a new face mask from his aide who quickly rushed on stage and handed him a face covering.
This is the second time that the president has used the words, ‘I am gonna get into trouble,’ this week. The last time was on Tuesday where he told reporters the exact same things after they fired questions at him like bullets.
The president’s remark came after he gave a speech on the country’s new CDC policy where he went through the guidelines in detail during the Georgia rally.
President Biden has traveled to the famous peach state in honor of the 100th day of his office while touting his mega $4 trillion proposals regarding infrastructure that is reportedly designed to help fix the nation’s crumbling highways as well as bridges.
Right after Biden gave his speech, he was accompanied by two Democratic Senators from Georgia which included Jon Ossoff, and the other being Reverend Raphael Warnock.
While the president is fully vaccinated, some members of the CDC still give him the advice to wear face-covering whenever he attends outdoor events that entail crowds full of people.