Did President Joe Biden accidentally say “Iranian” instead of “Ukrainian” in State of the Union on March 1, 2022? While his mispronunciation trended on Twitter during SOTU, some tweeted that people should focus on the content of his speech, not a misstatement.
Some say Biden accidentally said ‘Iranian’
In the clip below, Biden appears to say “Iranian” or otherwise mispronounce Ukrainian in his speech. Here is the clip shared on Twitter below.
He seems to have said, “Putin can surround Kyiv with tanks, but he will never win the hearts and minds of the Iranian people.”
Biden clearly meant “Ukrainian,” but now the mispronunciation is spreading on Twitter and during the Confederacy era as one of the top trends.
Josh Rogin, a columnist for the Washington Post, tweeted, “Yes, Biden spoke Iranian when he met the Ukrainian. Do not do that. “
While the “Iran” part trended, others tweeted that they thought Biden’s speech was inspirational.
Biden’s speech on the U.S. response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine was generally well received, dotted with applause from those in Congress and not interrupted by any any demonstration.
He mispronounced several other numbers in his speech, including saying “check” instead of “expect” in the domestic part of his speech.
Biden sometimes makes people gasp when he speaks
Biden is known for making jokes at times, in part due to his lifelong stutter. In 2019, when Sarah Huckabee Sanders mocked his stutter, Biden tweeted about his struggles.
He tweeted at the time, “I’ve worked my whole life to overcome my stutter. And I’m honored to guide kids with the same experience. It’s called empathy. Search.”
Sometimes, Biden still gets the word wrong from time to time. During the Democratic debate in September 2019, Biden made the now infamous “record player” claim. In the time spent concluding his remarks at the end of the debate, he spoke of people “playing tape recorders at night”. The quote quickly became a meme.
In March 2021, he accidentally said that he went to the Senate “120 years ago” while talking about the movies.
Cartoon. Cartoon. As far as the filter is concerned, I believe we should go back to the place where the filter existed as soon as I arrived in the United States Senate 120 years ago. And that’s it was required for filming… And I had a card for this. I’ll give you the stats, but you probably know them. That from 1917 to 1971, the filibuster system existed, totaling 58 movements to break the filibuster, during that time. Last year alone, this number doubled. So it is being abused in a colossal way. And like before, for example, you had to stand there and talk and talk and talk and talk until you fell. And guess? People are tired of talking and tired of falling. The film is broken and can break the film, get a [inaudible] vote.
In August 2020, at the close of the Democratic National Convention, viewers debated whether to Biden calls himself “Joe Biden’s husband.”
Some said he apparently calls himself “Jill Biden’s husband,” a term he often uses to describe his relationship with his wife. In April 2019, The Hill reported that he introduced himself as “Jill Biden’s husband” when he first started his campaign.
Then in November 2020, he seems to have confused the Eagles logo with the Blue Hens logo. He pointed to his parka as proof of his allegiance to the Eagles, but his coat instead featured a mascot from the University of Delaware.
On February 28, First Lady Jill Biden made the mistake of introducing Vice President Kamala Harris, accidentally calling her the “President” of the United States before quickly correcting yourself. Biden made the mistake of striding.
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