Biden destroys relationship with foreign ally after this latest blunder

Joe Biden

Joe Biden is a walking gaffe waiting to happen. It’s no wonder why the Left wants to keep him in hiding.

That’s because Biden destroyed a relationship with a foreign ally after this latest blunder.

During an appearance at the United Nations (UN), President Joe Biden couldn’t help but make a fool out of himself.

As he walked on stage at the UN for a speech with Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, he walked directly into a Brazilian flag, causing it to sway back and forth.

And when President Lula was speaking, Biden was noticeably having issues with his earpiece that translated the Brazilian President’s words.

“Can you hear me, President Biden? This is a historic moment for Brazil and for the US,” Lula asked.

“President Biden, can you hear me?”

But as Lula kept talking, Joe Biden only struggled more with the earpiece.

The gaffes didn’t stop there, as once the event ended, Bden shook the hand of International Labor Organization Director, General Gilbert Houngbo, and walked off stage while ignoring an offer for a handshake from President Lula.

Lula clearly looked angered by Biden’s rejection.

Whether or not Joe Biden meant to blow off the handshake, it still is a bad look for the 80-year-old President.

The point of the joint speech between the two presidents, was to create a stronger relationship between Brazil and the United States, as well as working to create stronger working rights and more high paying jobs.

But the goal of a strong relationship may be a pipe dream due to Biden’s disrespectful actions during the speech.

This isn’t the first time President Biden has done something like this, and likely won’t be the last.

Earlier this summer, Biden walked away from a joint press conference without shaking the hands of the Japanese and South Korean leaders he was sharing a stage with.

The constant dazed and confused attitude of Joe Biden only hurts the global reputation of America.

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