Biden Blunder: ‘I Applaud China For Stepping Up’ – ‘Excuse Me, Canada!’

Facepalm! The gaffes are NEVER in short supply with Joe Biden as president.

On Friday, Biden addressed the Canadian Parliament after attending a bilateral meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Ottawa to discuss climate change, Ukraine, immigration, and other issues.

During his address to parliament, our genius commander in chief applauded China, rather than Canada. Oh to be a fly on the wall during that speech….

“I applaud China for stepping up… Excuse me, Canada,” Biden fumbled.

He was then laughed at by the Canadian Parliament. HOW HUMILIATING! He is embarrassing all Americans at this point.


You know it’s bad when Canada is laughing….

According to recent polls though, it does not look like Biden stands a chance if he were to run for re-election.

Only two out of ten Democrats support him in a hypothetical 2024 matchup in a March survey from McLaughlin & Associates.

Breitbart reports:

While former President Donald Trump dominates in the hypothetical 2024 Republican presidential field, leading his closest potential challenger, Gov. Ron DeSantis, by 23 percent, Biden does not have as clear a lead in the hypothetical 2024 Democrat primary race.

Just 23 percent of Democrats said they would support Biden in the Democrat primary race, compared to 46 percent of Republicans who support Trump. Former first lady Michelle Obama comes in seven points behind Biden with 16 percent support, followed by Harris (eight percent), Sen. Bernie Sanders (seven percent), Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg (6 percent), and twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton (five percent). No other potential Democrat candidate listed saw over three percent support. Further, Biden’s 23 percent support reflects a three-point drop over the last month alone:

The survey also asked respondents:

Now, if the 2024 Presidential election were held today, which one of the following best describes how you would vote in the general election for President between Donald Trump, the Republican candidate and Joe Biden, the Democrat candidate, for whom would you vote?

Trump has a five-point edge over Biden, leading his potential competitor 48 percent to the Democrat’s 43 percent in the survey taken March 16-20, 2023.

I am not surprised. Good riddance.


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