Another Biden Gaffe? President Can’t Keep Nation’s Name Straight During G-7 Summit

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President Biden has embarrassed the United States yet again in front of world leaders. In what the liberal media will undoubtedly attempt to spin as yet another laughable-but-charming Biden gaffe the President confused Libya and Syria three times during a press conference from the G-7 summit.

According to The Washington Examiner:

“For example, in Libya, we should be opening up the passes to be able to go through and provide food assistance, an economic, I mean, vital assistance to a population that is in real trouble. I think I’m gonna try very hard — by the way, there’s places where — I should not be starting off by negotiating in public here, but let me say it this way: Russia has engaged in activities which we believe are contrary to international norms,” Biden continued, apparently attempting to allude to Russia’s military presence in Syria.

Biden then appeared to confuse the countries two more times as he continued to make his point.

“They have also bitten off some real problems, and they’re gonna have trouble chewing on them. For example, the rebuilding of Syria, of Libya. They’re there, and as long as they’re there without the ability to bring about some order in the region, and you can’t do that very well without providing for the basic economic needs of people, so I am hopeful that we can find an accommodation where we can save the lives of people in, for example, in Libya consistent with the interests of — maybe for different reasons, but for the same reasons,” Biden said.

Speaking of Putin specifically, Biden cautioned that it would be difficult for him to “change a person’s behavior.”

The so-called gaffe comes as Biden prepares to hold his first meeting with Putin during a summit this week in Geneva, Switzerland.

    1. Blithering’s being kind. He’s making the Presidency and the U.S. look like total baffoons! What a joke!!!! The must be laughing in their beer!!!


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