What Joe Biden said to this foreign nation will leave you absolutely shocked

Joe Biden

President Biden keeps putting his foot in his mouth. If he’s not careful his poor choice of words will greatly harm the country.

And what Joe Biden said to this foreign nation will leave you absolutely shocked.

President Joe Biden recently held a campaign fundraising event which celebrated the start of Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.

During the event, Biden explained how the economy in the United States is strong “because we welcome immigrants.”

The president then tried to compare the U.S. with Japan, China, and Russia, who allegedly having economic problems.

“Think about it. Why is China stalling so bad economically? Why is Japan having trouble? Why is Russia?” Biden said.

What the 81-year-old president said next as his reasoning for their struggles will shock you.

“Because they’re xenophobic. They don’t want immigrants.”

What a ridiculous thing to say, especially about one of our strong allies, Japan.

Biden was predictably bashed for his comments about Japan.

“It’s not something diplomatic to say about one of America’s closest allies,” Jeffrey Hall, a lecturer of Japanese studies at Kanda University of International Studies in Chiba, Japan, said to CNBC.

“So it just strikes me as something that was unnecessary to say in this context.”

“It will sound like America is once again talking down to the Japanese, and that’s not really an effective way of getting Japan to fix various problems with its society that even Japanese people would agree are problems.”

Gaffes are becoming more and more of a regular occurrence for Joe Biden. This is something he’s always struggled with, but now it seems to have hit a peak in recent months.

Last week, during a campaign event, he read the word “pause” on a teleprompter instead of actually pausing for applause.

“Imagine what we could do next. Four more years. Pause,” the president said.

Joe Biden’s handlers can only fear what he’ll say next in front of a crowd or a camera.

Unfortunately for the Democrats, there’s still plenty of time between now and election day for the president to make many more gaffes that will further hurt his chances at reelection.

Stay tuned to The Federalist Wire.