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America’s embarrassment never ends with President Biden slipping up twice in the last 24 hours, confusing the US war in Iraq with the Ukrainian conflict while Russian President Vladimir Putin was treated virtually like a rock star at home.

It’s a given that the adoring crowds fawning over Putin were most likely staged, but the optics are night and day between the Russian president and Biden, who is growing ever more incoherent and can’t seem to remember exactly which war we are engaged in.

Speaking to reporters Wednesday on the South Lawn of the White House, Biden claimed that Putin had been weakened by the betrayal of the Wagner Group mercenaries that have played a critical role in his war with Ukraine.

It’s hard to tell, but he is clearly losing the war in Iraq,” Biden declared, evidently meaning Ukraine. “He’s losing the war at home, and he has become a bit of a pariah around the world.”

Biden made a similar mistake while speaking to donors Tuesday evening at a campaign fundraiser in Chevy Chase, Maryland, concerning his efforts to rally US allies in support of Ukraine.

“If anybody told you… and my staff wasn’t so sure, either… that we’d be able to bring all of Europe together in the onslaught on Iraq and get NATO to be completely united, I think they would have told you it’s not likely,” the president stated, again meaning to say Ukraine, according to Reuters.

The president also bragged about his “new best friend” being the “prime minister of a little country that’s now the largest in the world, China,” before correcting himself, intending to say India.

Meanwhile, in Dagestan, Putin was greeted by adoring crowds who grasped his hands and took photos like he was an arriving rock star. It looked to be a contrived celebration after the Russian president put down the attempted coup by the Wagner Group.

Regardless, Putin does not forget what war he is in or stumble over his words. He does not look frail or addled and his image is the polar opposite of the United States president currently.

The latest gaffes for Biden are now common and America is getting increasingly worried about him being at the helm as our enemies drool over it.

In November, Biden also mixed up Iraq and Ukraine during a speech in Florida while defending his policies from accusations they have fueled inflation.

“Inflation is a worldwide problem right now because of a war in Iraq and the impact on oil, and what Russia is doing,” he stated and then quickly corrected himself. “I mean, excuse me, the war in Ukraine.”

Biden, 80, said he thought of Iraq because “that’s where my son died,” misstating the place where his son Beau passed away. Beau Biden served as a military lawyer in Iraq. He returned to the US in 2009 and died of brain cancer in 2015.

Desperation met stupidity on the corner of bad luck and despair, and the democratic party was born.

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