Biden Makes Offensive Africans Remark To….

During a State Dinner hosted by President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden for Kenyan President William Ruto and First Lady Rachel Ruto on Thursday evening, an unexpected gathering of three U.S. Presidents occurred, adding an interesting dynamic to the event.



The Clintons, Bill and Hillary, attended the dinner at the White House, and former President Barack Obama made a surprise appearance. This assembly of notable figures highlighted the significance of the occasion and the strong ties between the U.S. and Kenya.

However, the event took an awkward turn during President Biden’s remarks. While addressing the guests, Biden made a notable gaffe by referring to Barack Obama as a member of the African diaspora. He said, “Jill and I are honored to have you here and we’re representing, including many members of the African diaspora. One just left — Barack.” The statement initially left the attendees in a moment of shock before they broke into laughter.

This incident is more or less gives a good idea of Biden’s occasional verbal missteps, which have often been a point of commentary and humor. Despite the awkward moment, the presence of the three presidents underscored the diplomatic importance of the dinner and the enduring relationships among these leaders.

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