Joe Biden gaffed again when he referred to the shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio as “the tragic events in Houston today and also in Michigan the day before.”

Biden was speaking at a fundraiser in San Diego when he made the gaffe to donors. He corrected his statement later in the event, but this is one more gaffe in a very long line of gaffes for Biden.

During the same event, he also repeated the lie that President Trump called people crossing the border “animals.” The president was referring to the dangerous MS-13 gangs coming across the border and not all border crossers.


During the San Diego fundraiser, Biden also repeated the gaffe that he first delivered during the debates last week. He said, “eight more years” instead of four more years of a Trump administration:

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“We can tolerate four years of this man, but we have a hell of a lot to make up, nationally and internationally. But my God… eight years? Eight years of this man will fundamentally change the character of our country.”

The debate last week also ended with another viral gaffe from Biden:

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Joe Biden ended his debate night with a viral gaffe. He stared straight into the camera and said: “If you agree with me, go to Joe 30330 and help me in this fight.” Cue immediate confusion. (Viewers concluded Biden meant to tell his supporters to text his name to the number.)

Biden holds a comfortable lead on all Democratic candidates running for the presidency in 2020…

The clip below shows the numerous gaffes from Biden during the debate last week:

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