Biden Makes A Shocking Joke About Nuclear War

President Joe Biden’s recent remarks in Colorado have sparked attention due to his comments about possessing the ability to “blow up the world” and various verbal slip-ups during his visit to the world’s largest windmill factory. Biden, while interacting with workers at the facility, made a light-hearted reference to the nuclear codes, which are part of the “Presidential Emergency Satchel,” commonly known as the nuclear football. This briefcase, always accompanied by a military officer near the president, contains the necessary items for a nuclear launch decision.

Adding to the series of gaffes, Biden incorrectly referred to his predecessor as “Congressman Trump,” instead of former President Donald Trump. He also appeared to confuse the current South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol with his predecessor, Moon Jae-in, mistakenly calling President Yoon “Mr. Moon.” Furthermore, Biden made comments about budgetary cuts, attributing them to “Congressman Trump and Boebert,” a likely reference to Representative Lauren Boebert, though Trump never served in Congress.

These incidents, characterized by Biden’s mix-ups and informal mention of the nuclear codes, underline ongoing scrutiny of his public speaking and the frequent missteps in his addresses.

Author: Blake Ambrose

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