While speaking at the University at Buffalo on his plan for a new government rating system for colleges and universities, President Barack Obama caught a bit of flak from the crowd when he flubbed the name of the city's mayor.
"Your outstanding mayor, Brian Higgins, is here. Give him a big round of applause," Obama said.
When the crowd shouted at the president about his error, Obama quickly corrected himself.
"What? Byron Brown. I'm sorry Byron," Obama said. "What I meant was your congressman Brian Higgins is here, your mayor Byron Brown is here."
Obama added: "This is what happens when you get to be 52 years old. When I was 51, everything was smooth."
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Obama's speech in Buffalo kicked off a two-day bus tour of colleges in New York and Pennsylvania, where he'll speak on his plan to judge schools on affordability and performance.
CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story incorrectly referred to UB as the University of Buffalo.