Biden, at G-7, says US, Russia can work together to help people of ‘Libya’ – meant to say ‘Syria,’ aides say

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President Joe Biden fumbled during a press conference at the G-7 summit Sunday, mixing up “Libya” and “Syria” – not once, but three times – while discussing humanitarian aid to countries torn apart by civil war. 

The gaffe-prone president was discussing possibly working with Russia in providing “vital assistance” to “Libya” – a “population that’s in real trouble.” 

one Twitter user. 

“I guess when you’re bombing so many countries at once, it’s hard to keep up,” wrote Lebanese geopolitical commentator Sarah Abdallah. 

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The online outlet RedState, editorialized that Biden had gone “off the rails” with his press conference. 

The mix-up came on the last day of the annual G-7 summit in Cornwall, in the southeast of England.

Biden later traveled to Windsor Castle for a private audience with the queen – becoming the 13th president to have met with the 95-year-old monarch. 

He is scheduled to meet with European Union leaders in Brussels Tuesday before a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva on Wednesday. 

Bradford Betz is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @bradford_betz.
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