In his first speech to the American intelligence community, US President Joe Biden uttered unpleasant remarks and, for example, forgot how long he had been in Congress.
"You know, we did that when I first came here three and a half decades ago as a senator," he said.
Biden, on the other hand, was sworn in as a senator on January 3, 1973, and has been in politics for almost 50 years, or five decades.
At the same press conference, Biden criticized Americans who had not yet been vaccinated with Covid-19. He also asked his assistants for permission to leave the press conference.
This is not the first time Biden has made a blunder in his speech. In a joint news conference with the Japanese prime minister, he used the wrong phrase to refer to the Iran nuclear deal in a comment on Borjam.
Biden's verbal mistakes have always been ridiculed by former US President Donald Trump, who has repeatedly said that Biden is a rationally inappropriate choice for the presidency.