President Biden made yet another gaffe today — saying that there’s never been a U.S. senator from Delaware. Biden seemingly forgot that he was a U.S. senator from Delaware. The media wants us to believe this is normal behavior. Following is a partial transcript.
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THE PRESIDENT: I’m honored to welcome Representatives Tlaib and Carson. I think they’re here. (Applause.) I see a hand going up back there. All right.
And although she can’t be here today, I also enjoyed seeing Representative Omar over the weekend.
And, look, welcome to the members of the diplomatic corps and to the elected representatives and community leaders all across the country, the thinkers, and activists. And it’s great to have you here in the White House, all working to make our nation and our world stronger and more inclusive. I emphasize “inclusive.”
And if you’ll excuse a point of personal privilege, I want to — is — is Madinah Wilson-Anton here?
BIDEN: "There have not been many senators from Delaware. It's a small state. Matter of fact, there's never been one." pic.twitter.com/V4UjREzkWq— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) May 2, 2022
STATE REPRESENTATIVE WILSON-ANTON: Yeah, I’m here. (Laughter.)
THE PRESIDENT: Welcome. It’s good to see you. She represents the state of Delaware, by the way. (Applause.)
And I want you to know she works at the University of Delaware, at the Biden Institute. (Applause.) So, we call that “using a point of personal privilege.” (Laughter.) And there have not been many senators from Delaware. It’s a small state. As a matter of fact, there’s never been one. (Laughter.) And so, I want to take advantage of it by making sure I introduce her.
Jill and I are so glad to host all of you on this joyous occasion. You know, we send our warmest greetings celebrating Eid all across the United States and, quite frankly, around the world.