Boris Unable to Contain Laughter After Biden Forgets the Name of Australia’s PM

United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson could not contain his laughter over President Joe Biden’s latest gaffe that included forgetting the name of Australia’s prime minister.

You won’t believe what he called him!

After Johnson handed the remarks back to Biden, the president said, “Thank you, Boris. And I want to thank that fellow down under. Thank you very much, pal. Appreciate it, Mr. Prime Minister.”

Say what? Fellow down under? Pal?

Johnson had to work hard to contain himself, but sill let out a bit of a chuckle.

Of course, the internet is doing much more than that. It is quickly becoming part of the highlight reel of Biden gaffes that will entertain viewers for years to come.

Though the latest gaffe was quite funny, it also results in other nations laughing at America, something that’s not funny at all.

Remember when we used to have a leader that nation’s were mad at instead of laughing at? Me too.

Instead, we’re currently stuck with three-plus more years of a leader who refers to prime ministers as “pal.” It’s didn’t look good when Biden entered office on day one and it has only gone downhill from there.

Check it out and share with someone who needs a good laugh. At least Biden gets that part right.


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