Joe Biden has given the vice president-elect, Kamala Harris, a huge promotion after he accidentally referred to her as something else...

Everybody makes a mistake now and then.

The odd-slip up is normal.

But accidentally promoting your vice president-elect?

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That's a pretty big mistake.

In a speech urging American's to take the COVID-19 vaccine, Joe Biden accidentally made a huge blunder.

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Giving critics of him another reason for doubt.

Now, this year's presidential election was perhaps the most anticipated in decades.

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And, as Trump and Biden went head-to-head, a record number of Americans made sure to get their votes in early.

However, despite the polls across the country closing on Tuesday, November 3rd...

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It took days for a result to be announced. As the days trickled by, each state gradually announced their winning candidate and, throughout those tense couple of days, the numbers remained painfully close between President Trump and former vice president, Joe Biden.

Trump was clearly feeling the heat, though...

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And, as the counts went underway, he tried to temporarily stop vote-counting in Michigan and Pennsylvania, states where Joe Biden was projected to win.

He also called for a recount in Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania...

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And then went on to threaten legal action against any state wherein Biden had won.

But, regardless of his many threats, the results were in after 4 long days of ballot counting.

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The Associated Press called the race for Biden when Pennsylvania's twenty electoral votes put him over the 270-vote threshold needed to win the Electoral College.

Shortly after his victory, Biden Tweeted this:

"America, I’m honored that you have chosen me to lead our great country. The work ahead of us will be hard, but I promise you this: I will be a president for all Americans - whether you voted for me or not. I will keep the faith that you have placed in me."

Now, Trump's reaction to Biden's win has been nothing short of outrageous.

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People simply couldn't believe his ongoing refusal to accept what happened.

His first response to Biden's win was to release a lengthy and damning statement...

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In which he accused Biden and his team of rigging the entire election. As per Sky News, the statement read: “We all know why Joe Biden is rushing to falsely pose as the winner, and why his media allies are trying so hard to help him: they don’t want the truth to be exposed. “The simple fact is this election is far from over. Joe Biden has not been certified as the winner of any states, let alone any of the highly contested states headed for mandatory recounts, or states where our campaign has valid and legitimate legal challenges that could determine the ultimate victor. “In Pennsylvania, for example, our legal observers were not permitted meaningful access to watch the counting process.  Legal votes decide who is president, not the news media."

With more accusations to follow...

Trump seemed set on the idea that Biden and his team rigged the entire election to play out in their favor, and made strong hints that something happened in the counting rooms that had "never happened before."

Though his many claims of electoral fraud have remained unproven.

While Trump has consistently slammed the Biden campaign of "fraudulent votes," he has yet to provide any actual evidence.

And then, there was that all-important update to throw a spanner in Trump's fraud theory.

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The U.S Electoral College confirmed Joe Biden as the official winner of the 2020 presidential elections.

The Electoral College is one step closer to finalizing the 2020 election process...

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All fifty states and Washington D.C. have certified their election results, which then allows the 538 electors in the electoral college to meet and cast their ballots, as per the Constitution.

They confirmed that Joe Biden received more than the 270 electoral colleges needed to take over the White House.

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The president-elect has 203 college votes, and Hawaii's electors are due to bring him up to the forecast 306 votes. They added that California was the state to push him over the edge with its fifty-five electors.

But despite the fair and square election win, many critics still don't trust Biden.

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And his latest blunder has only reinforced that.

In Biden's latest attempt to encourage Americans to get the COVID-19 vaccine, he took to the stage in Wilmington, Delaware.

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Delivering remarks on the COVID-19 crisis there.

He spoke about how he and vice president-elect, Kamala Harris, had taken the COVID-19 vaccines publicly in order to help build confidence.

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Or at least, that's what he meant to say... What happened next raised a lot of eyebrows.

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Biden actually referred to Kamala as president-elect.

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... Awkward.

"I hope the president will clearly and unambiguously urge all Americans to take the vaccine once it’s available."

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"I took it to instill public confidence in the vaccine. President-elect Harris took hers today for the same reason," Biden said.

The mistake comes after suggestions have been made that he is experiencing cognitive decline.

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As on other occasions, we have seen Biden become tongue-tied or confused.

Though, it's important to remember that mistakes do happen!

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For more on the presidential elections, keep scrolling to see why Biden's victory speech was hilariously turned into a WWE meme...