Not Again, Joe! Biden Asks How Many Times Trump Has To Prove ‘We’ Can’t Be Trusted

Biden asks how many times Trump has to prove ‘we’ can’t be trusted

President Joe Biden speaks at the IBEW Construction and Maintenance Conference, Friday, April 19, 2024, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

President Biden, in his latest gaffe on the campaign trail, on Tuesday questioned the number of times former President Donald Trump needed to prove that “we” can’t be trusted.

“Folks, in a sense, I don’t know why we’re surprised by Trump,” Biden said during a stop in Florida. “How many times does he have to prove we can’t be trusted?”

The 81-year-old was slamming his Republican opponent for the repeal of women’s reproductive and health care rights across the country in the wake of the overturning of Roe v. Wade when he slipped on his words.

Instead of saying “he,” meaning Trump, Biden said “we” can’t be trusted.

Last week, the presumed Democratic nominee for 2024 confused the Israeli port city of Haifa with the last refuge for civilians in the Gaza Strip, Rafah, in a stunning blunder.

That error came in an interview with Nexstar Media’s Reshad Hudson, who asked the president about his plan to win back pro-Palestinian voters in the wake of Israel’s war against Hamas.

“I’ve been meeting with them, number one,” Biden said. “Number two, I made it clear that we have to vastly increase the amount of food, water, health care going into Gaza.”

“And I made it clear to Israelis: Don’t move on Haifa,” he added, apparently meaning to say Rafah.

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