Utah Senator Mike Lee on Joe Biden SOTU Address: ‘He’s Not Good’

Utah Republican Senator Mike Lee was not too impressed with Biden’s SOTU address, at one point tweeting ‘He’s not well.’

Many people noted that Biden seemed to rush through much of his speech and slurred many words along the way.

Lee makes a valid point.

Fox News reports:

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Sen. Mike Lee says Biden ‘not good’ during State of the Union speech

Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, tweeted that President Joe Biden was “not good” as he delivered his State of the Union speech Tuesday night.

Lee made his tweet about Biden’s speech as the president delivered his joint address to Congress.

“He’s not well,” the Utah senator tweeted.

President Biden opened his State of the Union address with a gaffe, mistaking Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, DN.Y. Who was called “minority leader”.

“And congratulations, Chuck Schumer, on another, you know, another term as Senate minority leader,” Biden said.

The current Senate Minority Leader is Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky.

Check out Lee’s tweet below:

Lee was also seen reacting to the speech with an expression of disbelief. Take a look:

Lee later joked about the comparison to a meme.

what a circus