Biden Botches Reference To America’s Founding Documents

During an MSNBC interview with Nicolle Wallace he referred to a part of the Declaration of Independence, but erroneously suggested that he meant the Constitution.

Biden has made the mistake of mentioning “Iraq”, when he meant to speak about Ukraine, more than once in recent months. In a transcript of his remarks made earlier this week, the White House struck out “Iraq”, and substituted “Ukraine”.

Biden walked off the set just before the show’s commercial.

Biden is the oldest president to have served in American history. He is running for reelection. He would be 86 by the time he completed his second term if he won the Democratic presidential nomination in 2024 and went on to win the general election.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Marianne Williamson and others are running for the Democratic Presidential Primary. Former President Donald Trump is leading the GOP primary candidates, meaning that Americans may end up seeing a rematch between Biden and Trump in 2024.

Biden said that while many liberals would like to add seats to the U.S. Supreme Court, he feels this could politicize the body in an unhealthy way.

Biden and other Democrats expressed their disagreement on Thursday with the Supreme Court ruling that colleges cannot consider race when making admissions decision.