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It didn’t start off well as Joe got attacked by a cicada. The cicadas actually grounded a press plane.

President Biden gets attacked by a cicada before departing to Europe for the first foreign trip of his presidency
pic.twitter.com/B9muQ3KcKO

— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) June 9, 2021

Then Biden and his wife later landed at Royal Air Force Mildenhall in England, where Biden met with U.S. Air Force personnel stationed there.

Jill Biden (is she in charge now?) had to scold Joe to “pay attention.” She sounds like an old grandmother scolding a five-year-old.

Jill Biden to Joe during speech: “Joe, pay attention.” pic.twitter.com/gl0kEudTYC

— Benny (@bennyjohnson) June 9, 2021

There he is with that mask again, despite being vaccinated.

Then Joe mispronounced the RAF as the RFA. Teleprompters can be hard to read, even overseas.

Joe Biden incorrectly refers to the Royal Air Force (RAF) as the “RFA” pic.twitter.com/udXsW7A4ff

— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) June 9, 2021

He also exaggerated how many times he’d been to Afghanistan and Iraq, claiming that he’d been to Afghanistan and Iraq “well over 27, 28 times.” He’s repeating a false number despite the fact that it’s previously been debunked during his campaign.

Joe Biden repeated a false claim exaggerating how many times he has been to Afghanistan and Iraq, saying “well over 27, 28 times.”

His staff was already forced to correct this claim during the campaign. pic.twitter.com/skrmahQmLt

— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) June 9, 2021

But he also seemed confused about what the “greatest threat to the country” was.

Listen as he recalls what the Joint Chiefs told him while he was Vice President – that the greatest threat to the country was “global warning,” which he then corrects to “warming.”

BIDEN: “This is not a joke. You what the Joint Chiefs told us the greatest threat facing America was? Global warming.” pic.twitter.com/apH7RtQWft

— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) June 9, 2021

Yet, last week, he claimed that the most lethal threat to the country was “white supremacy.”

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