D emocratic presidential front-runner Joe Biden again confounded the two United States states while campaigning in New Hampshire on Saturday.
The former vice president was holding a press conference when asked about his impression of Keene, New Hampshire, where he spent most of his weekend appealing to voters.
"What's not to like about Vermont in terms of its beauty?" Biden responded, appearing to mix the two New England states. "And what a clean town. I mean it was kind of a nice, nice town … everybody was friendly. I like Keene a lot."
Biden's compilation follows a series of gaffes in recent weeks, which include his confusing Burlington, Vermont, and Burlington, Iowa, asserting that he was still vice president of the 2018 Parkland, Florida, shooting, and his erroneous claim that 40 students were shot at Kent State University in 1970, among others.
During the same gaggle on Saturday, Biden was asked about concerns from voters his age.
"I say if they are concerned, don't vote for me," the 76-year-old told reporters.