Joe Biden upset different groups of people for different reasons during his first town hall as president in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on Tuesday.
While discussing vaccinations, Biden claimed mRNA vaccines didn't exist when he was elected in November 2020.
"We didn't have a Covid vaccine when we came into office."
When asked how his administration will handle the racial disparities in vaccine distribution, Biden explained that Blacks and Hispanics don't know how to use the internet to find the locations to get the vaccines.
Joe Biden says black people and Hispanics don’t know how to use the Internet and can’t figure out where to get the vaccine. ???? pic.twitter.com/nRXPPP9CZm
— Mark Dice (@MarkDice) February 17, 2021
When a member of the audience asked if he would eliminate $50,000 in student loan debt, the president responded, "I will not make that happen."
Biden also raised eyebrows when he remarked on the increased rate of biracial couples in television commercials.
"Did you ever five years ago think every second or third ad out of five or six should turn on would be biracial couples? No, no I'm not, I'm not be facetious..."
He added that he was "hopeful" in the new generation: "They're not like us, they're thinking differently," he said.
BIDEN: "Did you ever five years ago think every second or third ad out of five or six should turn out to be biracial couples?" pic.twitter.com/1jVYuSqQuI
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) February 17, 2021