President Joe Biden was caught in another gaffe during a Tuesday speech in New Hampshire where he made efforts to highlight the impact of the PACT Act, a law from 2022 that helps veterans access some benefits as a result of toxic exposures like burn pit during service.

However, the president did not seem to be able to pronounce the name of the act properly.

In a video that went viral on social media, Biden stumbled across the name, saying, “Let me close with this, after I signed the pack-[unintelligible] act into law.”

The president’s latest known gaffe earned him mockery on social media with the Republican National Committee tweeting, “BIDEN: ‘After I signed the asjiojfeijgergewefhahohoiore into law.’”

Conservative communicator Steve Guest joined in the mockery, writing, “I commend @RNCResearch for deciphering what Joe Biden said.”

Trump campaign advisor and combat Marine veteran Chris LaCivita weighed in with, “I mean.…”

Author and RedState columnist Buzz Patterson wrote, “In today’s episode of ‘What the Hell Did Joe Say?’”

FreePressFail co-founder Corinne Clark Barron tweeted, “Ah, yes. Asjiojfeijgergewefhahohoiore. The landmark legislation of the Biden administration.”

Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) thought it was a good time to point out that the inflation levels under Biden are hitting the roof.

“Anyway, inflation is up 20%,” he wrote.