Joe Biden said "Let's Go Brandon" during Christmas NORAD Santa tracker phone call.

But does the President even know what the viral phrase is referring to?

What happened during the NORAD Santa tracker call?

After being fooled by a kid's father during a Christmas call with the President and the First Lady, Biden seemed unaware of the meaning for the phrase: 'Let's Go Brandon.'

On the call, Biden wished the father a wonderful Christmas, which the father, Jerad, responds "I hope you guys have a wonderful Christmas as well and Let's Go Brandon."

The president, unknowingly answers, "Let's Go Brandon, I agree."

The phrase refers to a viral video of a NASCAR Racer, Brandon Brown.

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What does Let's go Brandon mean?

The phrase refers to a viral video of Brown, following his NASCAR Xfinity Series win in October 2021, where a crowd behind him was chanting "f*** Joe Biden."

However, an NBC reporter mistakenly reported that the crowd was actually chanting, "let's go Brandon."

The video comes after many instances where crowds at sporting events have chanted "f*** Joe Biden" in protest of his presidency.

The video went viral on social media with memes using the phrase "Let's go Brandon."

Does Biden know about the ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ meme?

According to White House press secretary, Jen Psaki, in November, the president did not focus on the meme at all when it first went viral.

“I don’t think he spends much time focused on it or thinking about it,” Psaki replied when asked by an NBC reporter about the phrase sweeping the nation during a press briefing.

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