Democrats and their allies in the media would like everyone to believe that basement Joe Biden received 81 million votes in the November election—more than any other presidential candidate in American history.

Today, during a joint press conference with Japan’s Prime Minister Suga, Joe Biden was able to pull down a whopping 787 viewers.

One would think more people would tune in to Joe Biden’s press conference just for the comedy value. Today, as is the case with almost every public appearance by the White House occupant, Joe managed to embarrass himself, and in doing so, embarrassed the citizens of the United States as well.

During his introduction of Japan’s Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga at their joint press conference, the bumbling Biden mentioned Hideki Matsuyama, Japan’s first professional golfer to win the esteemed Master’s Golf Tournament.

“You’ve got a Japanese boy coming over here—and guess what? He won the Master’s!” Biden told Japan’s Prime Minister during his introduction.

Watch Biden’s incredible remark here:

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