Indian-descent Americans are taking over the country ,Biden says

President Biden on Thursday made one of his most head-turning remarks since being confirmed when he told an Indian-American aerospace engineer that migrants from the subcontinent are “assuming control over” the US.

“It’s astounding. Indian-descent Americans are assuming control over the nation — you, my VP, my speech specialist,” Biden revealed to Swati Mohan, NASA’s direction and controls activities lead for the Mars Perseverance rover landing.

Biden put forth the apparently musically challenged attempt at levity prior to telling the NASA group that variety in the US takes into consideration the improvement of “each and every solitary culture.”

The president said, “One reason why we’re a particularly unimaginable nation is we’re a particularly different country. We rescue the best once again from each and every solitary culture on the planet, here in the United States of America, and we offer individuals a chance to allow their fantasies to run forward,”

Biden, 78, finished up his webcast comments by depicting himself as “like a helpless family member… when I’m welcomed, I appear. ”

“So be cautious. You know the helpless family members, they appear. They stay longer than they should. I’m one of those sort of folks,” he said.

As an official competitor a year ago, Biden battled with questionable comments about ethnic minorities.

In May, Biden strolled back remarks telling voters they “ain’t dark” in the event that they upheld an up-and-comer other than him.

He said in August that Blacks are less assorted masterminds than Hispanics.

Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio humorously recommended Thursday that Biden should “look for preparing on oblivious inclination” after he utilized “Neanderthal” on Wednesday to condemn Republican Govs. Greg Abbott of Texas and Tate Reeves of Mississippi, who finished COVID-19 mask mandates.

VP Kamala Harris’ mom was brought into the world in Chennai, India, and she’s the primary non-white VP since American Indian Charles Curtis, who held the workplace from 1929 to 1933.