VIDEO: Biden’s Gaffe Causes Panic In DC, ‘My Gosh I Wish He’d Stayed…
Biden’s visit overseas recently was so bad that even the mainstream media couldn’t ignore it.
At the end of one of Biden’s speeches Joe called for Putin to be removed from office.
The president said, “For god’s sake this man cannot stay in power.”
BIDEN ON PUTIN: “For God’s sake, this man cannot remain in power.”
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) March 26, 2022
According to White House officials, Joe went off script and they immediately clarified that the official position of the United States is not regime change in Russia. But, the damage had already been done and now Washington DC is in a panic. Everyone including Americans is beginning to realize Biden is just a bag of bones.
Senator Jim Risch (R-ID) said the mistake was “horrendous.”
“There was a horrendous gaffe right at the end of it. I just wish he would stay on script. Whoever wrote that speech did a good job for him. But my gosh, I wish they would keep him on script,” Risch said.
Sen. Jim Risch (R-ID) on Biden’s “This man cannot stay in power” line about Putin:
“There was a horrendous gaffe right at the end of it. I just wish he would stay on script. Whoever wrote that speech did a good job for him. But my gosh, I wish they would keep him on script.” pic.twitter.com/xrGfThg37T
— The Recount (@therecount) March 27, 2022
The trip to Europe was a foreign relations nightmare.
In under 24 hours the White House has corrected Biden for remarks on a foreign trip suggesting:
1) U.S. Troops were going to Ukraine. 2) Russian President Putin should be removed from power.
The White House. Correcting the President. Who is risking WWIII. 25th Amendment NOW.🔻 pic.twitter.com/h53YQh8c0N
— Kyle Becker (@kylenabecker) March 26, 2022
Michael Morell, former acting director of the CIA under Obama said that the gaffe, “strengthens Putin.”
Michael Morell, former acting director of the CIA under Obama: Biden’s accidental call for regime change was an “unforced error…strengthens Putin.” pic.twitter.com/flJOoeuEHG
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) March 27, 2022