Foreign leader torches Joe Biden for this latest absurd statement

Papua New Guinea Prime Minister James Marape

Biden is constantly putting his foot in his mouth. He’s always finding a new way to embarrass the United States.

And a foreign leader torched Joe Biden for this latest absurd statement.

Last week, President Joe Biden went to campaign in Scranton, Pennsylvania where he suggested that his uncle succumbed to cannibalism in Papua New Guinea after his plane was shot down near the country in World War II.

“He flew single-engine planes, reconnaissance flights over New Guinea. He had volunteered because someone couldn’t make it. He got shot down in an area where there were a lot of cannibals in New Guinea at the time,” President Biden said of his uncle.

“They never recovered his body, but the government went back when I went down there, and they checked and found some parts of the plane.”

According to U.S. military records, Biden’s uncle, Ambrose Finnegan, did not have his body eaten by cannibals like the president suggests.

And Papua New Guinea Prime Minister James Marape was none too pleased when he heard these deceitful comments from Biden, according to Reuters.

“President Biden’s remarks may have been a slip of the tongue; however, my country does not deserve to be labeled as such,” Marape said in a statement.

“I urge President Biden to get the White House to look into cleaning up these remains of WWII, so the truth about missing servicemen like Ambrose Finnegan can be put to rest.”

Biden repeated the false story about his uncle at least twice during his stop in Scranton.

Not only did he tell the story to a crowd during a campaign event, he also said it to a group of reporters in front of Air Force One.

The White House of course had to try and cover for Biden, with press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre not addressing the lie the president made but instead trying to say that he supports troops more than former President Donald Trump.

That’s typical avoidance of the issue by the White House.

The question now is if they’ll address Prime Minister Marape being offended by President Biden’s comments regarding his uncle and cannibals in Papua New Guinea.

It’s safe to say that they’ll probably ignore or deflect from Marape’s comments.

But regardless, Joe Biden is constantly making the United States and himself look bad in the eyes of foreign leaders.

And he’ll keep on doing that for as long as he’s in office.

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