After inaccurately correcting a 12-year-old during a 6th-grade spelling bee, the relentless media coverage of the goof ensures the VP never hears the (more…)
Dean’s energetic yell following the 2004 Iowa Caucus comes across as bizarre and unpresidential, and the gaffe effectively ends his campaign.
The future VP asks the wheelchair-bound state senator to stand up and be recognized, and then tries to save the moment by making the audience stand up (more…)
Ben Carson and Donald Trump both miss their cues to walk on stage at a GOP debate, awkwardly standing still while their opponents pass them by.
An attempt to appear strong at a press event backfires when the Democratic presidential candidate ends up looking like a little boy playing army man.
Al Gore’s passionate liplock at the 2000 Democratic convention caught his wife by surprise and riveted audiences, mainly because of how creepy it was.
In his response to Obama’s State of the Union Address, Marco Rubio stops his fiery critique to take the most awkward sip of water America has ever see (more…)