Like many candidates undergoing a stressful campaign, former Vice President Joe Biden has made his share of verbal gaffes in the year that he's been pursuing the Democratic nomination for President.
It's also no secret that President Donald Trump routinely makes gaffes of his own.
The difference between the two is that Biden usually corrects his gaffes, while Trump usually insists that his were intentional.
Trump attempted to chastise Biden on Twitter with a Fox News montage of some of the former Vice President's more embarrassing gaffes.
However, the President may wish he'd thought this through a little more.
People soon brought the receipts.
@realDonaldTrump That’s all you’ve got? I’ve been documenting your insanity for 4 years. Your general madness is MU… https://t.co/gStJmvLdyj— Holly Figueroa O'Reilly (@Holly Figueroa O'Reilly)1583211416.0
@realDonaldTrump Says the man who doesn’t know how to operate a speaker phone. https://t.co/hvaFpBlwwE— Megan (@Megan)1583209657.0
@realDonaldTrump And then there’s your daily gaffs! https://t.co/VjcyEWmEAD— mbresists (@mbresists)1583235511.0
@realDonaldTrump ""Who am I? Why am I here" #25thAmendmentNow II" https://t.co/zbVSxUHDJd— Comfortably Numb (@Comfortably Numb)1583209593.0
Remember when he called Apple CEO Tim Cook "Tim Apple"?
Trump Denied He Called Apple CEO Tim Cook, “Tim Apple.”According to Axios’ HERE'S A VIDEO OF Trump Calling Tim Co… https://t.co/ZWmZEyhvNH— PoliticsVideoChannel (@PoliticsVideoChannel)1552313436.0
And how he later claimed he was just trying to save words.
Let's also not forget the infamous, soon-deleted "covfefe" tweet.
(The National Spelling Bee finals are taking place on the 1-year anniversary of President Trump’s "covfefe" tweet.) https://t.co/mfSksV5yx1— AJ+ (@AJ+)1527790858.0
Trump later pretended that was deliberate as well.
What should be a bigger concern than verbal gaffes are outright lies, of which Donald Trump has told over 16,000.
For a deeper look into Trump's lies, check out Everything Trump Touches Dies, available here.