Joe Biden attempted to end a disruption by a “climate change” protester by telling her he would “frack” with her later.

Biden was holding a rally in Keene, New Hampshire, when a woman interrupted him.

“I don’t have a middle ground, I,” he battled, before stopping as she yelled over him.

“We want no fracking, no fracking,” she continued.

“Alright, well, look, you can frack with me later, okay?” he said as some laughed nervously, and he gave his familiar motion as when he’s challenging Trump to fight him.

Some began to chant “Let’s go Joe,” and he told her, “I’m happy to talk to you later about it in detail.”

On the same day, Biden was confused about where he was.

The Democrat front runner was speaking to reporters during a stop in the same city when one asked, “What’s your impression of Keene?”

“I’ve been here a number of times, last time was, I think, uh, all the way back in 2014, but I’ve been here before that.

“I love this place,” he continued. “Look, what’s not to like about Vermont, in terms of the beauty of it?” he asked.

“What a neat town … I like Keene a lot,” he said.

Biden didn’t correct himself.