President Joe Biden traveled to Georgia this week to tout his first 100 days in office where he struggled to locate his face-mask after delivering remarks alongside Senator Jon Ossoff.
“I can’t find my mask!” yells Biden. “I can’t find my mask!!”
“I’m looking for my mask, I’m in trouble!” he added.
Watch the strange moment above.
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