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Biden in 'I have cancer' gaffe

21 July 2022

5:12 PM

21 July 2022

5:12 PM

You’re the American president on a visit to former coal plant in Massachusetts. You’re ostensibly there to deliver remarks about climate change. You’re facing criticisms for being out-of-touch, rambling and gaffe-prone. So what do you decide to do? Start suggesting you’ve got cancer in front of the world’s press!

An implausible-sounding scenario perhaps but that’s exactly what bumbling old Biden did yesterday.

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