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Biden Confuses Gaza And Ukraine With Italian Prime Minister



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President Joe Biden confused Gaza and Ukraine today while speaking from the White House with Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni. His Administration announced additional aid to Gaza earlier today.

We reported on that aid,

President Joe Biden announced today that his Administration will be airdropping aid into the Gaza strip following reports that the region is currently facing a famine, endangering millions of lives.

The package comes on the heels of an announcement by Samantha Power, the administrator of the United States Agency for International Development, that the U.S. would be sending an additional $53 Million aid package to Gaza.

While talking to the press, and reading from his notecards, the President accidentally referred to Gaza as ‘Ukraine,’ further adding fuel to fire of speculation surrounding Biden’s health.

The President can be quoted as saying,

In the coming days, we’re gonna join with our friends in Jordan and others in providing air drops of additional food and supplies in Ukraine, and seek to continue to open up other avenues into Ukraine including the possibility of a Marine corridor to deliver large amounts of humanitarian assistance.

In addition to expanding deliveries by land, as I said, we’re gonna insist that Israel facilitate more trucks and more routes to get more and more people the help they need. No excuses, because the truth is, aid flowing to Gaza is nowhere nearly enough.

President Joe Biden

See a clip of Biden making that mistake in the Oval Office today with Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni in the clip below,

95% of Republican voters say they have concerns about Biden’s cognitive ability heading into the 2024 Election. In comparison, 95% of Democrats have serious concerns about the legal battles of former President Trump.

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