On December 24th, President Joe Biden and his wife Jill were holding a livecast of them calling families on Christmas Eve to wish children a merry Christmas. It was during one of these calls that a father on the line with Biden told the president, “Let’s go Brandon,” and Biden’s response showcased that he seemingly didn’t catch the slight directed at him.

While on the line with a man only identified as “Jared,” Jill Biden was commenting on how it was “great” that Jared is the father of a 2-year-old and wished the family a merry Christmas. President Biden briefly interjected with a quip about how Santa only comes when kids are sleeping on Christmas Eve, adding, “And by the way, you guys have to be in bed by nine o’clock, you know, and asleep between 9 and 12 or he doesn’t show up.”

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Jill jumped in from there, clarifying that the remark made by her husband was directed towards Jared’s children, saying, “This isn’t to you, Jared; these are the kids.” President Biden then continued, telling the family that he hopes they “have a wonderful Christmas.”

It was at this point that Jared chimed in with what at first appeared to be a friendly salutation but then turned into a quick jab at President Biden.

“Yeah, I hope you guys have a wonderful Christmas as well… let’s go, Brandon.”

The well-known meaning behind the phrase seemed to have no effect on the president, almost suggesting that he may be oblivious to the double entendre that has become part of the modern lexicon. And surprisingly, President Biden responded by reciting the same phrase.

“Let’s go Brandon, I agree.”

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Jared recorded the interaction from his end and released the video. Below is that clip, along with the original that was broadcast.


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