Biden called Kamala Harris President of the United States during a speech in Atlanta

U.S. President Joe Biden named Vice President Kamala Harris as leader of the United States on Tuesday, Jan. 11, during a speech at the Atlanta University Center.

“Last week, President Harris and I at the Capitol discussed one of those moments that divides American history into ‘before and after,'” Biden said in Atlanta while speaking about the need for changes in federal election law.

The media has consistently noted its president’s reservations. This time, FoxNews drew attention to the slip of the tongue in its story.

Previously, Biden mistakenly referred to his vice president as head of state on December 17. In November, Harris did indeed serve as interim head of state while Biden was undergoing a medical examination. But her presidential term ended after 1 hour and 25 minutes.

On August 21, during a press conference on Afghanistan, Biden repeatedly misspelled the name of Qatar’s capital. The American leader then answered a question from a reporter in the audience with information that contradicted the Pentagon.

On July 12, the American leader sent a congratulatory telegram to Montenegrin President Milo Djukanovic, mistaking him for Prime Minister Zdravko Krivokapic.

Joe Biden, 78, became the oldest president in U.S. history. His health has repeatedly been the subject of discussion.