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A video of Biden accidentally reading out teleprompter instructions became very popular

Joe Biden got a union endorsement, and a significant mistake made during remarks at the organization’s legislative conference was actually met with applause.

Joe Biden Makes Major Flub During Union Talk

Screenshot via The Hill YouTube

President Joe Biden received an endorsement from the North America’s Building Trades Unions on Wednesday, and a significant mistake made during remarks at the organization’s legislative conference in Washington was actually applauded.

At the end of a 30-plus minute speech, Biden relied too much on his teleprompter and said, "Four more years. Pause."

The mistake was immediately followed by a chant of "four more years," which had also started the union talk.

During his speech, broadcast by The Hill, Biden celebrated signing a foreign aid package bill for Ukraine and called for wealthy Americans to "pay their fair share."

"Like it or not, we’re the leading country in the world. The rest of the world looks to us. I envision an America where we defend democracy, not diminish it," Biden said.

The president quickly recovered from his "pause" mistake.

"Are you ready to move forward?" he asked the cheering crowd, adding that he’s "never been more optimistic" about the future of the country.

Conservative pundits still capitalized on the clip, referring to Biden as "Ron Burgundy."

Many in the crowd on Wednesday wore pro-Biden shirts and waved campaign flags.

The president also took multiple shots at his likely November opponent, Donald Trump, on Wednesday.

"Donald Trump’s vision of America is one of revenge and retribution, a defeated former president who sees the world from Mar-a-Lago, who bows down to billionaires and looks down on union workers," said Biden.

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