Well, it’s another day and of course, we have a brand new “Biden blunder.”
It’s gotten to the point now, where it’s not even funny, it’s just embarrassing and sad.
This man is literally making the U.S. the biggest laughing stock in the world.
His latest mistake is where he called the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, a “president.”
This isn’t a “mistake” at this point – Biden just doesn’t know what the hell he’s doing.
He can’t even read his teleprompter, and as a result, he’s insulting leaders all over the world and making the US look like a clown show.
And our worthless media says absolutely nothing.
All they tell us is that it’s a “Childhood stutter” or something like that…
Check it out:
It’s ironic that Biden public calls Netanyahu his equal because according to reports, he’s been chastising him behind the scenes.
WASHINGTON — President Biden has maintained his public support toward Israel even as he adopted a somewhat sharper private tone with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, a calculus shaped by Mr. Biden’s longtime relationship with the Israeli leader as well as by growing hopes that Israel’s military operations against Hamas are nearing an end.
In a phone call on Monday, Mr. Biden warned Mr. Netanyahu that he could fend off criticism of the Gaza strikes for only so long, according to two people familiar with the call. That conversation was said to be significantly stronger than an official summary released by the White House. It affirmed Israel’s right to self-defense and did not repeat calls by many congressional Democratsfor an immediate cease-fire.
The phone call and others since the fighting started last week reflect Mr. Biden and Mr. Netanyahu’s complicated 40-year relationship. It began when Mr. Netanyahu was the deputy chief of mission at the Israeli Embassy in Washington and Mr. Biden was a young senator with a passion for foreign affairs. Since then, they have rarely seen eye to eye, but have forged an occasionally chummy working relationship through seven American presidencies — Mr. Netanyahu has been prime minister for four of them — and raging political battles over the Iran nuclear deal and Israeli settlement policy.
For a guy who can barely pull his Depends up, he has some nerve trying to school Netanyahu on anything.
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