"We have to stop George for four more years": Jill Biden whispers "Trump" to herself after husband Joe mistook the president for Bush during a virtual election rally
- Joe Biden appeared to be saying on Sunday night that George W. Bush was president
- He talked about the need to avoid "another four years of George".
- Bush was president from 2001 to 2009 while Biden was a senator for Delaware
- As Biden & # 39; George & # 39; said his wife Jill corrected him quietly
- The moment was used on social media as a sign of senility for Biden 
Joe Biden seemed to forget who the president was on Sunday night, noting that he was battling "four more years of George".
The 77-year-old spoke to supporters online during a virtual concert and sat next to his wife Jill.
"Four more years of George, um, George, um, he – we'll be in a position where if Trump is elected we'll be in another world," Biden said.
As he spoke, his wife seemed to remind him softly: & # 39; Trump & # 39 ;.
Joe Biden said Sunday night that he was struggling to end "four more years of George".
Many speculated that he was thinking of George W. Bush, president from 2001-2009.
The moment was seized by Trump War Room, a pro-Trump group that claims to hit back "10x harder".
Many speculated that Biden was referring to Bush
People were upset on social media.
"Watch his wife say Trump three times," said one.
Another commented, "The look on Jill's face was like, 'Come on Joe, get the train back on the tracks …".
Another said Biden was showing signs of dementia – an accusation that Trump often made himself.
"After I was charged with caring for a relative with dementia, I recognize Jill's actions," said one woman, Karen Gresham.
"Say the words he can't find. Take him to where he's supposed to stand. He leads his steps when he's unsure of his destination.
"You don't have to watch him. Look at her."
The previous Sunday, Biden had laughed in an interview with 60 minutes about Trump's attacks on his mental agility.
"Hey, the same guy who thought the 911 attack was a 7-eleven attack?" Biden replied.
& # 39; He's talking about dementia?
“All I can say to the American people is watch me, see what I've done, see what I'll do. Look at me. Compare our physical and mental acuity.
"I'm glad to have that comparison."
Joe Biden spoke to Norah O & # 39; Donnell for his 60 minute interview, which aired on Sunday night