Biden Blunders Yet Again With Public Gaffe

President Joe Biden made a puzzling statement during his recent visit to the Lucy Evans Baylands Nature Interpretive Center and Preserve in Palo Alto, California, causing confusion among attendees and raising questions about his grasp of time and current events. The president claimed that his administration would have conserved 30% of all lands and waters under U.S. jurisdiction by the year 2020, a deadline that had already passed three years prior to his presidency.

“And maybe most important, I’ve committed to – by 2020, we will have conserved 30% of all the lands and waters the United States has jurisdiction over and simultaneously reduce emissions to blunt climate impact,” Biden told those gathered at the preserve.

The apparent gaffe occurred while President Biden was joined by Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom, as they discussed their commitment to environmental conservation and reducing emissions to combat climate change. Biden’s statement, which seemed to suggest an achievement that occurred before he even took office, left those present perplexed.

Fox News Digital reached out to the White House for clarification regarding the year President Biden intended to mention, but an immediate response was not received. It remains unclear whether the president misspoke or if there was a miscommunication in his prepared remarks.

This incident comes just days after President Biden caused confusion at a Connecticut summit on gun control reform by concluding his speech with the phrase “God Save the Queen,” typically associated with the United Kingdom. While the phrase is used as the national anthem when the country is under the leadership of a female monarch, the current monarch is King Charles III, following the passing of Queen Elizabeth II in September.

These misstatements raise concerns about President Biden’s attention to detail and awareness of current affairs. Critics argue that such errors undermine the credibility of the president and his administration. As the leader of the nation, it is essential for President Biden to maintain accuracy and clarity in his public statements, particularly on important policy matters such as environmental conservation and gun control.

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