Biden says Putin is losing the war in… Iraq

A new misstep for the President of the United States, Joe Biden, in front of the media, which once again sheds light on the health of the 80-year-old president.

On Tuesday, Biden made the mistake of saying that Russian President Vladimir Putin was losing the war in Iraq.

In response to journalists’ questions about Putin, Biden said: “It is difficult to know, but it is clear that he is losing the war in Iraq.” “He is losing the war at home and becoming a pariah around the world,” Biden added. And not just NATO. It’s not just the European Union. It’s Japan, you know, 40 countries,” he said, referring to the opposition to Putin.

This is not the first time that Biden has confused the two countries. In November last year, the president confused Ukraine and Iraq. Biden, who is running for re-election in 2024, often suffers from lapses that his Republican opponents exploit to disqualify him by saying he has serious mental abilities.

These statements come days after he attempted to rebel against Putin. The White House remains cautious when interpreting the consequences of a failed insurrection by the Wagner paramilitary group that is very active in Ukraine.

The group rebelled late last week and headed towards Moscow before returning.

Biden is at the forefront of a Western campaign to support Ukraine in the aftermath of Putin’s Russian invasion that began in February last year.

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