A list of verbal gaffes, bloopers, and other embarrassments committed by Barack Obama and Joe Biden.
During an appearance on "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno," President Obama causes a stir by making an off-hand joke comparing his bowling prowess
to the Special Olympics.
Speaking to a former Senate colleague who addressed him as "Mr. Vice President," Joe Biden says, "Give me a f**king break."
In his first press conference after being elected, Obama says he already spoke with all the living presidents, and then clarifies that by adding, "I didn't want to get into a Nancy Reagan thing about doing any seances."
While campaigning in Missouri, Joe Biden calls upon State Sen. Chuck Graham to "stand up," despite the fact that he is in a wheelchair.
President Obama knocks his noggin while turning to wave as he boards his helicopter.
While campaigning in Ohio, Joe Biden says that "J-O-B-S" is a three-letter word.
In a rare but memorable gaffe on the stump, Barack Obama declares at a campaign event in Oregon, "I've now been in 57 states -- I think one left to go."
Joe Biden gets his historical facts mixed up by claiming that Franklin D. Roosevelt got on television in 1929 to talk about the stock market crash, despite the fact that he wasn't president yet and only experimental TV's were in use at the time.
At a swearing-in ceremony for White House staff, Biden jokes about Chief Justice John Roberts' flubbing of Obama's inaugural oath. A visibly irritated Obama nudges Biden in protest.
While campaigning in New Hampshire, Joe Biden admits that Hillary Clinton "might have been a better pick than me."
At his first campaign rally with Barack Obama, Joe Biden slips up and calls Obama "Barack America."