Watch Biden’s new slip of the tongue.. The Russians withdrew from “Fallujah”

It seems that the American president slips Joe Biden recur. In the past hours, social media has been buzzing with a video showing Biden’s slip of the tongue during a talk about the recent Russian moves in Ukraine.

Commenting on the developments in the strategic city of Kherson in southern Ukraine, he said in the circulating clip: “I think the context is whether or not they will withdraw from Fallujah (an Iraqi city) or not…or I mean, who… (one of the attendees responded by saying Kherson).”

Biden remembered the correct name of the city after the correction, and continued: “I mean Kherson, the city of Kherson.”

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This came after Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu announced Wednesday that Russian forces will withdraw from the western bank of Dnipro, near the city of Dnipro Kherson.

However, Ukraine’s response was cautious, as it indicated that some Russian forces would remain in Kherson and send reinforcements to the region, according to Reuters.

It is noteworthy that Kherson was the only regional capital that Moscow seized after the military operation and became the focus of a Ukrainian counter-offensive.

The city also controls the only land route to Crimea, which Russia annexed in 2014, and the mouth of the Dnipro River, which bisects Ukraine.

“My son died in Iraq!”

It is reported that earlier this November, he committed Biden Gag While talking about inflation as a global problem during a meeting in South Florida, he stammered, rather than saying it was because of the war in Ukraine, he said it was because of the Iraq war.

However, he “made matters worse” after he tried to justify his blunder, saying: “Sorry, I mean the war in Ukraine.” And he added, “I am thinking of Iraq because it is the place where my son died.”

While his son Bo died after a battle with brain cancer in May 2015 at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, at the age of 46, after serving as a lawyer in Iraq.

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