(RestoreAmericanGlory.com) – On Sunday, during a campaign event in Iowa, former President Donald Trump misidentified Sioux City, Iowa, which resulted in one state senator correcting him through an audible whisper while on stage.
Trump started off his speech by thanking and greeting the crowd members in Sioux City who had arrived at the scene. However, rather than Sioux City, Trump referred to the area twice as Sioux Falls. Trump proceeded to invite on-stage state Sen. Brad Zaun, who stated that he was proud to have been Trump’s first endorsement. As he was leaving the podium, Zaun whispered in Trump’s ear in a low whisper that it was not Sioux Falls but rather Sioux City.
Trump then replied, “Oh, it’s—oh, is that right?” as Zaun left the stage. Trump returned to the podium for his remarks and asked how many people in the audience had “come from Sioux City.”
This was not the only mistake that Trump made during his speech, as he also suggested that Hungary and Russia shared a border. Trump argued that they were also getting “very close to World War II” but that he knew how to prevent it, as Hungary’s leader Viktor Orban could help. He then suggested that “Hungary fronts both Ukraine and Russia.”
Trump’s recent gaffes have been brought to the forefront a lot, especially in comparison to President Biden and his gaffes. The two men are only three years apart in age, which has also resulted in many concerns about the age of the future president.
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