Biden struggles to recall Hamas name in mumbling speech calls terrorist group as opposition

By Pooja Bhardwaj February 7, 2024 11:20 PM IST

Joe Biden, US President.  - India TV Hindi

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Joe Biden, US President.

Joe Biden, who was giving a speech about the Israel-Hamas war, suddenly forgot the name of the Hamas terrorist group. Biden started stammering as soon as Hamas was mentioned. He said ‘I’m sorry’: In mumbled speech Biden faced so much difficulty remembering Hamas by name that he referred to the terrorist group as an ‘opposition movement’. Not only this, in another press conference, when asked about the discussion between the terrorist group and Israel regarding the hostages, US President Joe Biden started stammering and even forgot the name of ‘Hamas’. He started saying “There is something stirring, and I don’t want, I don’t want… Let me choose my words – there is something stirring.

There has been a reaction from the opposition on Biden’s condition that his age has also become 81. He seemed unsure of what he wanted to say. Then Biden looked to his left. He was reminded by the reporter that he was talking about a terrorist organization that is at war with Israel, so he said, “Yes, I’m sorry.” Then he remembered the name of the terrorist group…he Then said that from Hamas.”

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During the press conference, Biden described Hamas’s reaction to the proposed cease-fire deal in Gaza as “a little extreme.” However, he acknowledged that “[बंधक सौदे की बातचीत पर] There is some movement”. He said, “We are not sure where this war is going to go and we will continue to negotiate.” Donald Trump has urged Senate Republicans to oppose the bill despite ongoing unrest at the southern border.

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Similarly, Biden was mercilessly mocked for considering Macron to be the dead President of France ‘Mitterrand’ ‘It is sad to see…. Now he faced criticism for this latest mistake. Meanwhile, his representative Dean Phillips (D-Minn.) was quick to respond to Biden’s apparent mistake. “I admire our president,” he said in a post on “I voted for him and campaigned for him. He came to my house and was kind to my family and our country. But shame on all of you pretending everything is fine,” Phillips, who Challenging Biden.

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