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EMBARRASSING: Watch Leaders Erupt in Laughter as Biden’s Memory Fails on World Stage

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EMBARRASSING: Watch Leaders Erupt in Laughter as Biden’s Memory Fails on World Stage

By: Election Wiz, June 13, 2021:

Watch as world leaders erupt in laugher as U.S. President Joe Biden forgets that U.K. Prime Minster Boris Johnson already introduced the president of South Africa during a G7 meeting.

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Biden didn’t seem to realize UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson just mentioned the president of South Africa before Biden said “And the president of South Africa!” (Red State). From another story: World leaders laughed at President Joe Biden during a roundtable event at the G7 over the weekend after British Prime Minister Boris Johnson had to remind Biden of something that had just happened moments before (Daily Wire). In a very strange and slow speech, Biden confused Syria with Libya three times (Twitter).  Aides brushed of the gaffe (Fox News). Meanwhile, the G7 is off to a mild start, as the Wall Street Journal notes “… the weakness of “multilateralism” is that it requires unity of purpose that can be defeated by the lowest-common-denominator participant. European leaders are reluctant to put their exports to China at risk with too forceful a stance. That’s why they’ve merely mumbled criticism of China’s decision to strangle the autonomy that Beijing promised Hong Kong in its treaty with Britain. If the communique’s nice words mean anything, the G-7 leaders will have to do far more than “continue to consult” to counter China’s trade depredations, intellectual property theft, and threats against its neighbors” (WSJ).

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