Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden continued to make embarrassing misstatements while on the campaign trail on Saturday as he seemed to not know where he was.
Biden, while speaking in Keene, New Hampshire, said: "I've been here a number of times ... I love this place. Look, what's not to like about Vermont in terms of the beauty of it?"
Biden's remarks led critics to make comments that seemed to point in the direction of Biden's health.
Buck Sexton tweeted: "Serious question, America: when was the last time you forgot what state you were in? Exactly."
Stephen Miller tweeted: "@VisitingAngelsM Come get Grandpa please."
Waleed Shahid tweeted: "Folks"
Erick Fernandez tweeted: "All these gaffes are genuinely alarming signs about Joe Biden's cognitive state."
Ryan Songalia tweeted: "Time for the manager to make a visit to the mound"
Biden's latest misstatement comes after he other embarrassing remarks this week while in New Hampshire.
On Friday, Biden said: "If you're not satisfied, you have another option, high-quality options. The public option will be available in my plan."
"We'll make sure it's not quality," Biden continued. "We'll make sure it's only affordable, quality that's affordable."
Moments later, Biden added, "And for folks in the working class ... they will, in fact, will increase their premiums, excuse me, the will increase the generosity of the premium tax credit they now get."
Also this week, Biden did not know what decade civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated as he then proceeded to question the role the women have had in political activism.
Last week, Biden claimed that he was Vice President when the Parkland tragedy happened in February 2018, which was over a full year after he left the Obama White House.
Those remarks by Biden came after he made the following embarrassing statements in Iowa the week prior: