This time, Joe Biden mixed up the names of German presidents.
President of the United States Joe Biden It was the second time in a week that he had mixed up his words, Reuters news agency reported.
Biden, 81, spoke at a fundraiser in New York on Wednesday, where talk turned to taking over the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.
Biden began the story by saying that he was the former chancellor of Germany Helmut Kohl He will address the 2021 G7 meeting in southern England.
– Helmut Kohl looked at me and said: “Mr President, what would you say if you picked up the Times tomorrow morning and found out that 1,000 people had broken down the doors of the British Parliament and killed some people. [ihmisiä] On the way in, Biden said.
Helmut Kohl served as Chancellor of Germany from 1982 to 1998. He died in 2017. Biden noted in his speech Angela MerkelHe participated in the G7 meeting as the President of Germany.
The White House has not commented on Biden's latest blunder.
Last weekend, at a campaign event in Las Vegas, Biden finally mixed his words that he had met the French president at the 2021 G7 meeting. François MitterrandDied in 1996. In fact, the President of France was and still is Emmanuel Macron.
There have been many reports about Biden's health and coping skills.
Biden already announced last April that he would seek another term in the November presidential election. If he is elected, he will be 86 years old when his second presidential term ends.