Among the most embarrassing mistakes, the magazine named a reservation made in March. Then, in a speech about a Russian special operation in Ukraine, the American leader confused the Ukrainians and Iranians. This blooper finally went viral.
In early July, Biden, while giving a speech on women’s rights, read the technical instructions aloud on a teleprompter. The American leader said: “The percentage of women who register to vote and vote is always higher than the percentage of men who do: end of quote, repeat of sentence.”
The publication also recalled how the US president was looking for Congresswoman Jackie Valorsky, forgetting that she had died in a car accident, and also how, after a speech in Pittsburgh, Biden got confused trying to leave the stage.
Biden’s reservation also made the list when he called US Vice President Kamala Harris “a great president.” And this is far from the only case where the owner of the White House was so wrong. In October, Biden confused the number of states in the United States, believing that there are 54 of them, not 50.
The latest of Biden’s blunders featured in the publication is the November reservation during the ASEAN summit, when the US president made a “big mistake” by “thanking” the prime minister of Colombia, and not Cambodia, where the meeting was held, for organizing it. the event.
Let’s remember that The Washington Post newspaper previously awarded Joe Biden the title of Bottomless Pinocchio -“Absolute Pinocchio”- due to his false statements. This title was established by the publication for cases of false or misleading statements repeated with such frequency that they can be qualified as a “form of propaganda”.