GAFFE-machine Joe Biden has struck again - confusing the Philadelphia Eagles logo for a Delaware college emblem on his OWN jacket.
His blunders keep flying as he publicly mistook his Delaware Blue Hens alma mater emblem for the football club's eagle.Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden with his Delaware College jacket in Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaCredit: Getty The Philadelphia Eagles logo Joe Biden thought he was wearing The Delaware Blue Hens logo that the presidential candidate was actually sporting
Speaking to a socially distanced crowd in Philadelphia, Biden said: "I was very happy to have the moniker of being known as Pennsylvania's third senator.
"I know Philadelphia well. I married a Philly girl by the way."
Biden's supporters immediately started honking horns in their vehicles to show their approval.
Then, looking down at his jacket, Biden adds, "by the way I got my Eagles jacket on."
This public blunder prompted a swift rebuke on Twitter.
Zach Parkinson, the deputy director of communications for President Donald Trump's campaign, tweeted: "This 'Eagles' jacket Biden claims he's wearing to try and show how much he's in touch with Pennsylvania?
"It's a Delaware Blue Hens jacket."
Biden attended the University of Delaware, graduating from the institution in 1965 with a double major in history and political science.
He wrote about playing in the uni's freshman football team in his memoir Promises to Keep.Biden confused the logo on his Delaware Blue Hens jacket for an eagleCredit: Reuters The actual Eagles logo can be seen on this official version Trump's deputy director of communications points out the mistake Biden was mocked for not knowing the difference between a hen and an eagle
His bungle is the latest of a string of humiliating gaffes.
Days ago he appeared to mistake Donald Trump for former President George W. Bush.
During an interview with George Lopez, Biden said the Democrats were fighting against “four more years of George”.
He said: "Four more years of George - we're going to find ourselves in a position where, if Trump gets elected, we're going to be in a different world."
His wife Jill then appears to quietly correct him under her breath, and Biden reverts back to saying “Trump”.
It is believed Biden confused Trump with Bush, who was president from 2001 to 2009.
He also flubbed the word “healthcare” while attempting to slam the President at a Michigan rally.
OTHER VERBAL GAFFES
During a riff in which Biden vowed to restore and build on the Affordable Care Act if elected, the Democratic presidential nominee said he thought Americans have a “right to have badakathcare.”
He continued: “Donald Trump thinks health care is a privilege, Barack and I think it’s a right to have badakathcare.”
The ex-VP has previously forgotten Mitt Romney's name, claimed 200million Americans have died of Covid-19, and repeatedly said he is running for "Senate" in 2020.
Biden, who has struggled with a stutter throughout his life, was also recently caught misreading “true international pressure” from his teleprompter last Saturday as “truaninonashufodopressure.”
In August, Trump appeared to mispronounce Yosemite as “Yo Semites” during a routine bill signing of the Great American Outdoors Act.
In April, Trump mispronounced “NAFTA” as “NASTA”, “neo-natal” as “neo-netical” and overdose as “overdoth.”
Trump also stumbled over the word “anonymous” in 2018 while attacking an op-ed in The New York-Times.Biden is ahead 51% to 43% nationally in the latest Reuters/Ipsos poll, taken October 27-29Credit: Reuters A record-setting 92.2 million early votes have already been cast in the hotly contested electionCredit: Reuters