Joe Biden may be the most original Vice President ever.
The gaffe-prone politician and Obama administration’s second-in-command committed another verbal faux pas Wednesday when he thanked “Dr. Pepper” instead of a Dr. Paper during a speech in Davenport, Ia.
The apparent soda slip-up was the latest for the former Delaware senator, who in nearly 40 years of federal service has earned a reputation for rhetorical blunders.
In January, Biden told a roomful of 49ers fans “the Giants are on their way to the Super Bowl” during a political fund-raising stop in San Francisco.
In March 2010, he dropped the F-bomb at a White House signing ceremony for the healthcare bill. A week earlier, Biden blessed the Irish prime minister’s deceased mother during a St. Patrick’s Day celebration before realizing she was very much alive.