Hunter Biden has to save POTUS from further humiliation as he flubs child’s question

We are now at the point where America is dependent on a former crack addict to ensure the president of the United States can function coherently.

President Biden was asked about the key to success by a child during his visit to Ireland this week and as he began yapping about Covid-19, his son Hunter Biden had to step in and redirect his 80-year-old father.

The president struggled to grasp the question and was stumped by the inquiry after his son clarified what the child was asking, a double whammy when it comes to national embarrassments. Then again, given all the controversy surrounding Hunter Biden and his questionable business dealings in Ukraine and China, the greater embarrassment may be his presence on the world stage as a de facto U.S. envoy.

The first son is facing dual investigations into his financial dealings by the DOJ and the GOP-led House Oversight Committee.

“What’s the top step to success?” the child asked the president.

“What’s the top what?” Biden responded.

“Step — steps — step to success,” the child clarified.

“Oh, well, making sure that we don’t all have COVID. What — why — what are we talking about here?” the confused president replied, apparently thinking the question was about his top success.

Not able to endure any further humiliation, Hunter stepped in to explain to his father that the boy was asking what’s the key to success.

Instead of responding with a soaring oratory that will stay with the youngster for the rest of his life, Biden began rambling about not personally attacking people with whom you disagree, going further down the rabbit hole by talking about how he used to fight with the late Jessie Helms in the U.S. Senate, describing the Republican as “a very conservative guy who was very, very — not very crazy about African Americans.”

On and on he went about a fight he had three decades earlier with Helms — Biden even claimed that he was 32 at the time, when in reality he was 46 years old — before finally conceding, “That’s a long answer to a real quick question.”

Social media was not impressed, with one user tweeting: “We’re all gonna die in a nuclear fireball.”

Here’s a quick sampling of other responses to the embarrassing moment from Twitter:

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