Freudian Slip, Biden, Hollow Promise

Freudian Slip, Biden

'Freudian slip': Biden accidentally calls Obama 'Trump'

WATCH: 'Freudian slip' – Biden accidentally calls Obama 'Trump'

29/7/2021 7:13:00 PM

WATCH: 'Freudian slip' – Biden accidentally calls Obama 'Trump'

'Back in 2009, during the so-called Great Recession, the president asked me to be in charge of managing that piece, then-President Trump,' he said, quickly recovering. 'Excuse me, Freudian slip. That was the last president.' Biden said in his speech that 'buy American' in recent years had become a hollow promise , an apparent reference to policies pushed by his predecessor, Republican President Donald Trump. Biden 's trip to the Lehigh Valley area took place as congressional negotiators back in Washington reached a bipartisan deal on infrastructure aimed at rebuilding roads and bridges and the like. Biden met local members of the United Autoworkers Union, which represents 85% of the 2,500 workers at Mack Trucks' Lehigh Valley plant, and received a briefing on the new electric-powered garbage truck the company is piloting in New York City and North Carolina.

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