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Delusional Liar Biden claims he visited Ground Zero day after 9/11

On Monday, President Joe Biden marked the anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks by attending an event in Alaska. Yes, you read that correctly. Joe Biden is the first sitting US President to not visit Ground Zero or one of the sites of 9-11. on the anniversary date.

To make matters more embarrassing, during his speech, he made a questionable claim about visiting Ground Zero in New York City the day after the attacks. "I remember standing at Ground Zero in New York the next day and looking at the building. It felt as if I was peering through the gates of hell. The devastation was unimaginable from where I stood," he said.

However, records show that Biden was actually in Washington, D.C., on Sept. 12, 2001, for a Senate session. His book from 2007, "Promises to Keep," confirms that he arrived in Washington on Sept. 11 after a plane had struck the Pentagon, and he witnessed the smoke from that crash. The New York Post highlighted a headline from Sept. 12, 2001, stating that Biden spent the day in D.C.

Interestingly, his book makes no mention of any visit to Ground Zero in New York. Instead, it states that he "headed back to the Capitol the next morning," suggesting he was in D.C. for most of the day.

This is just one example of Biden's tendency to tell questionable stories in an attempt to connect with his audience. Another example is his repeated claim that his son Beau died in Iraq, when in reality, Beau Biden died in 2015 of brain cancer at Walter Reed National Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland.

The president's recent lapse in accuracy adds to the growing scrutiny of his age and fitness for office. At 80 years old, Biden is the oldest president in U.S. history.

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Hold him to the fires and make him prove it. I don’t believe a thing this human says

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