WATCH: Joe Biden Promises To “Beat Donald Trump In 2020!”

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Every single day since Biden’s humiliating defeat during last week’s debate, his cognitive state has declined more and more.

Yesterday, we reported on Biden mistaking Independence Day for Christmas:

WATCH: Joe Biden Mistakes 4th of July for Christmas — “Ho, Ho, Ho!”

Today, Joe Biden doubled down, addressing concerns about his ability to continue running against Trump.

He probably intended it to be a powerful moment of reassurance to his supporters, many of whom are speculating that he will drop out any day now.

But, instead, it has the opposite effect, as Biden then immediately got the election year wrong.

Apparently, he's still stuck in 2020.

“I’m the nominee of the Democratic Party. You voted for me to be your nominee. No one else,” Biden declared defiantly while speaking at a rally in Wisconsin.

And then, he promptly followed up with, “I will beat [Trump] again in 2020.”

Yep, we're all confident in you, Joe...

Watch the moment here for yourself:

It's over.

The New York Post reported:

President Biden doubled down Friday on his refusal to leave the presidential race — saying “I’m the nominee” and that “I’m running and going to win again” — but at one point mistakenly spoke as if the election year was 2020 as fellow Democrats suggest that he drop out due to perceived senility.

“There’s been a lot of speculation: What’s Joe going to do?” the 81-year-old president said during a speech at a Madison, Wis., campaign rally. “Here’s my answer: I’m running and going to win again.”

“I’m the nominee of the Democratic Party. You voted for me to be your nominee. no one else,” Biden went on. “I will beat [Trump] again in 2020.”

Biden added: “Some folks don’t seem to care who you voted for. They are trying to push me out of the race. Let me say this as clearly as I can: I’m staying in the race.”

The president made the remarks as he seeks to prove he can remain a viable candidate in the aftermath of last Thursday’s debate against Trump — with the president privately acknowledging that he may indeed have to drop out if he’s unable to regain his political footing.

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On a related note, imagine being down so much and being so incredibly weak that you actually have to Tweet this out just 4 months away from the election:

This man makes Lame Ducks look strong.

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