President Joe Biden made another mistake with his words, this time at a fundraiser in Las Vegas. The incident occurred on Tuesday, March 14, when the Pennsylvania native gave a speech to a small group of individuals at a Nevada house.
“I got here on Air Force One . I’m watching and you got Western Oregon deciding they’re going to secede and become part of Idaho,” Biden said — although, in reality, parts of eastern Oregon are looking to secede to the neighboring state.
“What in the h*** is going on? Idaho’s a beautiful state but no, I’m serious. They’ve actually moved hard. They’ve passed resolutions in the state to do that,” the 80-year-old president added.
In January, a bill was presented to begin “discussion between Oregon and Idaho governments regarding relocation of Oregon and Idaho border .”
Source- OK! Magazine
Despite the blunder, the career politician raised $1 million for the Democratic National Committee and the Democratic Grassroots Victory Fund.
Twitter users quickly weighed in after the incident on the former senator’s embarrassing gaffe.
Speaking to affluent Democratic fundraisers on Tuesday night, President Joe Biden appeared befuddled and disorganized.
In light of the above information, the following tweet has been provided:
President Joe Biden Made Another Mistake Over Oregon And Idaho Border#oregon #JoeBiden #idaho pic.twitter.com/5OjzaGkezG
— NOGMagazine (@Nogmagazine) March 16, 2023
One Twitter user lamented that 80-year-old Biden had “sadly mixed up” the sections of Oregon and another location where people had expressed a desire to secede and join Idaho’s conservative majority.
“Joe Biden is confused AGAIN as he messes up story about what part of Oregon voted to secede in front of wealthy donors who just gave $1M,” said another user, referencing that this is not the first time Biden has made an error.
The White House insisted Biden was ” healthy ” and “vigorous” after he saw a doctor at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, with the medical professional declaring, “[President Biden] is fit to successfully execute the duties of the presidency, to include those as chief executive, head of state and commander-in-chief.”
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