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BIDEN: ‘How Many Times Does He Have To Prove We Can’t Be Trusted?’

“I don’t know why we’re surprised by Trump. How many times does he have to prove we can’t be trusted?”

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In a recent public appearance, President Joe Biden made a statement that has since caught the attention of both supporters and critics alike. During his comments, Biden made what many considered to be an embarrassing mistake. “I don’t know why we’re surprised by Trump. How many times does he have to prove we can’t be trusted?” Biden said.

This gaffe quickly went viral, sparking a wide range of reactions on social media. Some users highlighted the rare moment of truth in Biden’s slip of the tongue, while others have used this as fuel for criticism against the President.

The incident has been trending on social media platforms, with many sharing and discussing Biden’s candid remark.

Critics of the President have seized upon this moment, interpreting Biden’s question as an admission of his administration’s and, by extension, the Democratic Party’s moral failings. The phrase “How many times does he have to prove we can’t be trusted?” has been particularly scrutinized, with some suggesting that it indicates a tacit acknowledgment of past mistakes and a lack of trustworthiness within the current administration.

Conservatives have been quick to point out the irony in Biden’s statement, given the President’s previous criticisms of former President Donald Trump. They argue that Biden’s gaffe exposes a double standard and hypocrisy within his administration, and that it undermines the credibility of his previous criticisms of Trump.

This latest gaffe adds to a growing list of Biden’s verbal missteps, which have been a subject of much debate and scrutiny throughout his presidency. While some argue that these gaffes are merely a product of Biden’s tendency to speak off the cuff and his age, others see them as indicative of deeper issues within the administration.

Supporters of the President, however, have defended Biden, claiming that his statement was taken out of context and misconstrued. They argue that Biden’s question was rhetorical and was intended to highlight the numerous controversies and scandals that have plagued Trump’s presidency.

Despite the controversy surrounding Biden’s gaffe, it remains to be seen how this latest incident will impact his presidency and the public’s perception of his administration. As the President continues to navigate the challenges of his office, it is clear that his words, both intentional and unintentional, will continue to be closely scrutinized and debated.

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Analise Morrow
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Analise is a conservative from the United States who writes under a pseudonym to keep the radical left at bay.

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    george

    April 26, 2024 at 3:36 am

    i believe he said that because he knows he can’y win. and to take the hear off them so that no one starts digging deeper into the party. he and in turn obamma are looking for an out to save face. too late boys.

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      rose

      April 26, 2024 at 3:38 am

      way too late .. out with this administration . we had enough .the clown show must end .

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    bathhousebarryo

    April 26, 2024 at 9:44 am

    Try as they may….there’s no way that the socialist democrats are going to be able to pick up this turd by “the clean end”.

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    F -LIBERALS

    April 26, 2024 at 10:07 am

    Sloppy Joe can’t get four people to come out when he stumbles in to an ice cream stand while PRESIDENT TRUMP turns away thousands at his rallies.

    81,000,000 votes my rosy, red Obama!

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