Another Biden moment: "Two words... Made in America."
Joe Biden continues his series of neverending gaffes.
"Let me start off with two words: Made in America," said US President Joe Biden on Friday in the latest showcase of a presidential gaffe.
Biden was in Maryland to discuss economic policy and his goal to increase manufacturing at home, before having a go at GOP by reading a CNN report about Republicans criticizing his billion-dollar infrastructure plan which they later demanded funds from.
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“A report that came out at CNN says Republicans call Biden infrastructure program socialism, and then they ask for the money,” he stated. “And it goes through all of the Republicans, those who call it socialism and how they’re asking.”
A few weeks ago, several medical professionals have called to cognitively test Biden after asking if representative Jackie Walorski, who is dead, is present at the White House.
He said, "I want to thank all of you here, including bipartisan elected officials like Rep. McGovern, Sen. Braun, Sen. Booker, Rep. — Jackie, are you here? Where's Jackie? I thought she was going to be here — to help make this a reality."
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In July, Biden honored the "selfishness" of the US soldiers who fought corporate wars in the Middle East. The US president, who has been under large-scale scrutiny from his party for his unfitness for the presidency and senility, quickly corrected "selfishness" with "selflessness" in accordance with what was written on the paper he was reading off from.
A week before that incident, Biden, reading off a teleprompter read what he shouldn't have read: "end of quote," and "repeat the line" - and, he actually repeated the line.
In late June, a similar incident that instigated political embarrassment was at the NATO Summit, when he declared that "Ukrainians will not defeat Ukrainians!"
He has referred to Ukrainians as Iranians and called Virginia's Democratic Senator Mark Warner "John" multiple times, confusing him with the late Republican senator of the same name from Virginia.