WATCH: Kamala Tries Bossing Biden At His Own Signing Ceremony Then He Snaps Back

Something that I've noticed that is very different about Joe Biden and Kamala Harris versus any other president and vice president duo is the amount of time they're together.

Almost every time that we see Joe Biden, we see Kamala Harris nearby.

Now it's not unusual to see the president and vice president together from time to time, but they seem to be together a lot.

Perhaps I'm wrong, but growing up, I was always taught that the President and the Vice President were normally apart more than they were together just in case there was some sort of attack. In the event that there was an attack, one of them would still be alive presumably.

But that's not the case with this go around. Biden needs handlers and it looks like Kamala might just be one of them. There have been several videos in which we've seen people directing Biden on what to do or where to go. He's like a lost little puppy in the big city and usually Kamala or Jill Biden have to help him along.

This week, Biden was at a signing ceremony. That seems like it's simple enough right? You sign a piece of paper or two and then pass out a few pens so that they can be thrown away. Well, it seemed like maybe it was a little more than what Biden could handle on his own.

As he was passing out pens, he gave them away to everyone except for the disabled woman who was sitting right next to him. Did I mention that this signing was on the anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act? She was there for a reason and he gave pens away to everyone else.

That's when Kamala had to step in and tell him that she needed one still. He immediately snapped back mumbling something along the lines of, “I will, but I wanna make sure I got all the..." then he realized that was the last pen and that she hadn't received one.

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