Biden falsely says his son died in Iraq

President Joe Biden falsely said in a speech in Colorado on Wednesday that he had a son who died in Iraq.

Biden appeared to be referring to his late son Beau Biden when he described himself as “the father of a man who won the Bronze Star, the conspicuous service medal, and lost his life in Iraq”.

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Beau Biden died of complications from a brain tumor in 2015. “It is with a broken heart that Hallie, Hunter, Ashley, Jill and I announce the passing of our husband, brother and son Beau, having fought with the same integrity, courage and strength that he has shown every day of his life against fought the brain tumor. ‘ Biden said in one expression back then. “As a major in the Delaware National Guard, he was a veteran of the Iraq War and was awarded the Bronze Star.”

According to that New York TimesBeau Biden was part of the Judge Advocate General’s Corps and deployed to Iraq in 2008.

President Biden has specified that exposure to the cremation pit is linked to his son’s cancer.

While Biden has long been prone to slip-ups, some believe his mental acuity has waned in recent years. Biden, who will turn 80 later this year, is already the oldest person to have ever served as president, and if he runs for office and wins a second term, he would be 86 when he leaves the White House.

While some people doubt Biden’s ability to handle the enormously taxing role of the presidency, Biden has said that his message to such critics is: “Watch me.”

Many people would support an upper age limit for elected figures. A CBS News/YouGov poll of US adults found that 73% thought there should be an upper age limit for elected executives, while only 27% did not. Biden falsely says his son died in Iraq

Laura Coffey

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