U.S. President Joe Biden made a new language error on Wednesday when he declared that Russian President Vladimir Putin was “losing the war in Iraq” when he really intended to say Ukraine.
Biden was asked if Putin had been weakened by the brief insurrection led by a Russian mercenary chief whose soldiers had been fighting against Ukraine at a brief press conference before leaving the White House on a trip to Chicago.Really, it’s difficult to tell. But the conflict in Iraq is definitely going against him. He is losing the war at home and has gained some notoriety internationally. Additionally, it is not limited to the European Union or NATO. “Japan is one of 40 countries,” he remarked.