Biden Claims Putin Is ‘Losing The War In Iraq’

( – Two times in the span of 24 hours, President Joe Biden confused the invasion of Ukraine by Russia with the invasion of Iraq.

The first blunder happened on June 27 in Chevy Chase, Maryland, as Biden was trying to win over Democrat contributors for a fundraiser.

President Biden said that he doubts the audience would have believed him if he had informed them his government would be able to unify all of Europe in the assault on ‘Iraq’ and cause NATO to be entirely unified. Putin’s only bet was on the ability to separate NATO, Biden said.

On June 28, as Biden was leaving Washington for Chicago to give a big speech on his financial ideas, he made a second, equally embarrassing, gaffe. Biden was asked on the South Lawn of the White House whether Russian President Vladimir Putin had been damaged by Wagner Group commander Yevgeny Prigozhin’s brief insurrection.

The revolt, during which Prigozhin’s military troops advanced on Moscow, posed the greatest challenge to Putin’s rule during his decades in office.

Biden replied to the reporter that it’s obvious that Putin is losing the fight in ‘Iraq.’ He continued, saying that he is also losing the fight at home. According to Biden, Putin is now something of a pariah in international politics. He went on to explain that it’s unclear if recent events concerning the leader of the radical Wagner Group have damaged him.

Biden has always had a propensity for making such egregious gaffes in public. His detractors have used his blunders as a springboard to challenge his fitness for leadership and mock his advanced age for such an important position.

Immediately after these gaffes, conservatives on their social media platforms pounced, labeling the comments as the latest in an ongoing series of mistakes.

Abigail Marone, the communications director for Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO), tweeted that Biden is obviously losing the war with his sanity.

At 80 years old, President Biden is the most elderly president in office, and if elected to a second term, he would be 82 years old.

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