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US President Joe Biden’s faux pas at G7 Summit in Italy; ‘wanders off’ only to be pulled back by Italian PM Meloni

The video shows 81-year-old Biden awkwardly walking a few feet away from the group right before Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni reaches out and guides him back

US President Joe Biden’s faux pas at G7 Summit in Italy; ‘wanders off’ only to be pulled back by Italian PM Meloni

He apparently lost focus but that has raised questions about his mental acuity. Photo: A video grab X



Tribune Web Desk

Chandigarh, June 14

A video of US President Joe Biden’s faux pas at G7 Summit in Italy has gone viral where he can be seen wandering away from a group of world leaders posing for an official photo.

The video showed 81-year-old Biden awkwardly walking a few feet away from the group right before Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni reached out and guided him back. He apparently lost focus but that has raised questions about his mental acuity.

As per the Newsweek’s report, the video first appears to be shared on X by the account RNC Research, which is managed by former president Donald Trump’s campaign and Republican National Committee.

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