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Video: Biden Starts New Year The Same Way He Finished 2022 – With A Week Full Of Gaffes

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(Daily Wire) President Joe Biden capped off a week of gaffes on Friday when, during his remarks commemorating the two-year anniversary of the January 6 riot on Capitol Hill, he recalled the date as being July 6.

While attempting to drive home the international impact of the events that transpired on January 6, 2021, Biden gave the wrong date: “If I can halt for a second and say to you, the impact — what happened on July the 6th had international repercussions beyond what I think any of you can fully understand.”

And while a few people did point out the fact that July 6 was former President George W. Bush’s birthday — born on that day in 1946 — most quickly realized that Biden had simply gotten the date wrong.

But flubbing the date on January 6 was just the latest in a series of gaffes over the past week — Biden’s first week back in the White House after his Christmas vacation in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Also on Friday, Biden once again suggested that Capitol Police Officer William Evans died as a result of “threats by these sick insurrectionists” — referring to the rioters at the Capitol — despite the fact that he was actually killed in early April of 2021 when a car rammed into him and one other officer — who was also injured but survived the attack.

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