Nibbling at his wife’s finger during the presidential campaign, talking about children that like to play with his leg hair, sitting on his lap, sniffing at young girls hair, who could forget Joe Biden’s antics?

“I got a lot of…I’ve got hairy legs that turn blonde in the sun. Kids used to come in and reach in the pool, and rub my leg down so it was straight and then watch the hair come back up again. They looked at it. So I learned about roaches. I learned about kids jumping on my lap and I’ve loved kids jumping on my lap …” said Joe Biden.

Now, he is the president, holding the most powerful office on the planet, and some things just never change for Biden.

Even at 2,000 miles away from this woman, he manages to publicly flirt with her, and he seems more interested in her appearance than what she might be saying.

During a video conference with health care workers in Arizona, after one nursing supervisor had given her presentation on the details of giving CCP Virus vaccine shots, President Biden responded by flirting with the nurse.

“Creepy Joe,” as he has been often referred to, asked Brittney Hayes, “Are you a freshman at the university?” after she gave her talk on the procedure for the shots at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale.

“Noo. No,” said Hayes, who had already established with Biden that she was the “head charge nurse” at the vaccination site.
“You look like a freshman!” Biden said, with a chuckle.
“Why thank you,” she said through her face mask.
Still, Biden persisted in his personal questioning after Vice President Kamala Harris asked questions.

“And you’re a—a nurse?” Biden said on the video call, which was streamed publicly.
“I am, I’m a nurse. I’m an RN. I’ve been an RN for about nine years now,” she said, reported Fox News.

The president replied, “I know having been a significant consumer of health care, I can tell—I know the vice president knows this, when I say it—doctors let you live, nurses make you want to live. If there’s any angels in heaven, they’re all nurses, male and female. And that’s not an exaggeration. That’s the God’s truth.”

Then, in another virtual presentation, Maj. Gen. Michael McGuire of the Arizona National Guard told Biden—who ended his 1988 presidential run due to a plagiarism scandal—that other states are welcome to rip off his state’s COVID-19 plan, reports Fox News.

“Plagiarism is the highest form of flattery—that’s what we say—so if everyone wants to copy what Arizona is doing, we think we’ve got it figured out here,” McGuire said.