Americans can place prop bets on gaffes, mix-ups and even a 'brain freeze' in Biden's SOTU address

American voters looking to profit from President Biden’s State of the Union address on Thursday can wager on whether the president has a "brain freeze," or if he confuses Nikki Haley with anyone else, as well as more traditional wagers such as the over/under of the speech’s length. 

Biden has faced questions from critics over his cognitive abilities for some time, and recently referred to Egyptian President Abdel Fatah El-Sisi as the "president of Mexico" and mixed up "red state and blue state" with "red state and green state" while speaking at the House Democratic Caucus Issues Conference.

Instead of worrying, some Americans may hope to benefit by predicting Biden’s next gaffe. BetOnline has created a plethora of money-making opportunities around Thursday's important speech, as the 81-year-old president hopes to quell national concerns about his cognitive abilities and mental fitness.

This is an excerpt of a story by Fox News' Brian Flood

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