Biden Blunders: Confuses Obama And Trump, Then Admits He ‘Can’t Remember’ Interview Question

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The Trump campaign is going after presumptive Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden after an interview on Saturday offered a pair of blunders.

First on the list: Biden tried to swipe the man currently living in the White House but confused him with his predecessor.

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Next: Biden was forced to admit he forgot a question on immigration mere moments after the host asked it.

“And so, you asked other parts of a question, I can’t remember what other ones were, one was what I’m going to do about immigration, what was the other part? Was that it?” he asked.

“On day one, I’m going to send the legislative immigration reform bill to Congress, to provide a road map to citizenship for 11 million undocumented immigrants,” he added.

Trump responded to Biden’s interview on Asian American & Pacific Islander issues and his mistakes by claiming he’s “not all there.”

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“Look, Joe’s not all there. Everybody knows,” Trump said via BizPac Review. “And it’s sad when you look at it and you see it, you see it for yourself. He’s created his own sanctuary city in the basement or wherever he is and he doesn’t come out.”

BizPac Review reports the mistakes came just days after Biden claimed more than 120 million Americans died to the coronavirus.

Shortly after citing the incorrect figure, Biden corrected himself to accurately say only 120,000—not million—people had died.

Previously, Biden also once said 150 million Americans died from gun violence.

Trump said these are “beyond a normal mistake,” BizPac Review reports.

Trump also said mainstream media was giving Biden a pass: “If I ever said something so mortifyingly stupid, the Fake News Media would come down on me with a vengeance.”


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