Biden confuses Mexican and Egyptian presidents after defending ‘fine’ memory: ‘Hard to watch’


When President Biden once again confused the names of foreign political leaders, this time while attempting to show his mental fitness, he attracted rapid criticism from people on the internet.

Following the release of Special Counsel Robert Hur’s report on Vice President Joe Biden‘s handling of secret papers, the President of the United States delivered a brief address to the nation from the White House on Thursday night. During the address, he fielded a torrent of questions from reporters regarding concerns surrounding his age and memory.

Shortly after reiterating that his memory was “fine,” Vice President Joe Biden went on to refer to Egyptian President Abdel Fatah El-Sisi as the “president of Mexico.”

Did he succeed in persuading the President of Mexico to allow refugees from Gaza to arrive in Mexico? Please, Lord. According to a letter written by Marc Lotter, the communications officer at the America First Policy Institute, “whoever thought this was a good idea should be fired.”

Biden confuses Mexican and Egyptian presidents
As he attempted to highlight his mental fitness, President Biden once again mispronounced the names of foreign political figures, prompting an instant response on social media. (Photo: Fox News)

As a member of the staff at The New Yorker, Susan Glasser shouted, “Yeesh. It is Sisi, the “President of Mexico.” In an appearance that was intended to allay worries about his age, it was a bad day for Biden. Wow, what a year it has been since this day!

It was a joke that John Podhertz, a columnist for the New York Post, said, “So Sisi is the president of Mexico.”

Representative Dan Bishop of North Carolina provided a summary of the address, saying, “If the purpose of this speech was to assuage the concerns of voters regarding his age and mental state, it failed miserably.” It made it difficult to watch.”

Chuck Ross, an investigative writer for the Washington Free Beacon, responded to Jonathan Chait of New York magazine by remarking, “That is a pretty effective performance by Biden.” Ross continued, “Yeah, he really nailed the bit when he called el-Sisi the president of Mexico.” Chait had stated that Biden had delivered a particularly impressive performance.

President of Egypt Abdel Fattah Al Sisi. (Photo: New York Post)

“This is the risk that comes with holding a live press conference in which one denies having issues with mental clarity.

It was just recently brought to my attention by RealClearPolitics correspondent Susan Crabtree that Vice President Joe Biden made a reference to Egyptian President Abdel Fatah El-Sisi as the president of Mexico.

The press conference for Joe Biden just now was a disaster. He claimed that his memory was great, but then proceeded to confuse the leaders of Egypt and Mexico. He has completely lost it. It is difficult to see this.

Time for the 25th amendment enacted. According to Clay Travis, the founder of Outkick, “I am not certain that he will be able to make it 11 more months to finish his term.”

This is Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, the President of Mexico. (Photo: Mirror)

When asked for a reaction, White House Deputy Press Secretary Andrew Bates directed Fox News Digital to an article written by Yair Rosenberg, who is a staff writer for The Atlantic.

On the other hand, Hur characterized Biden as a “sympathetic, well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory.” Throughout the more than 300-page study, Hur stated that “it would be difficult to convince a jury that they should convict him” of a major felony “that requires a mental state of willfulness.”

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He also stated that Biden would be “well into his eighties” by the time the conviction was handed down.

As a result of this gaffe, Vice President Biden has publicly jumbled the names of three different foreign leaders for the third time this week. On Sunday, he asserted that he had an encounter with Francois Mitterrand, a former president of France who passed away in 1996, during his very first Group of Seven (G7) gathering in the year 2021.

In spite of the fact that Helmut Kohl passed away in 2017, Vice President Biden recalls having a conversation with the late German Chancellor Helmut Kohl during the same G7 conference on Wednesday.


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