Biden Slammed Over Bizarre Remark (Video)

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( – In a pronounced rebuke to Joe Biden, the leader of the Oceania nation of Papua New Guinea, James Marape, responded vigorously after the US president suggested that his uncle, an American pilot during World War II, may have been consumed by “cannibals” following his aircraft crash on the Pacific island.

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“President Biden’s remarks may have been a slip of the tongue; however, my country does not deserve to be labeled as such,” Papua New Guinea’s Prime Minister Marape articulated in a formal statement, which was subsequently reported by several media outlets on Monday.

Papua New Guinea is an island nation north of Australia with a population of nearly 10 million, whose territory is slightly larger than California’s.

The comment from President Biden that ignited this diplomatic tension emerged last week, Politico reports.

Biden was reflecting on the fate of his uncle, Ambrose Finnegan, who served as a member of the Army Air Corps and undertook reconnaissance missions during the Second World War.

“And he got shot down in New Guinea, and they never found the body because there used to be — there were a lot of cannibals, for real, in that part of New Guinea,” Biden recounted during an address at the United Steelworkers headquarters in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

In his defense of Papua New Guinea, Prime Minister Marape not only refuted the unpleasant characterization implied by President Biden but also called upon the US leader to initiate efforts to “clean up” the remains of World War II casualties that are still “scattered all over” Papua New Guinea.

“Perhaps, given President Biden’s comments and the strong reaction from PNG and other parts of the world, it is time for the USA to find as many remains of World War II in PNG as possible, including those of servicemen who lost their lives like Ambrose Finnegan,” Marape stated.

This incident comes at a time when President Biden, known for his occasional memory lapses and verbal gaffes, is campaigning for reelection, contending against presumed Republican candidate Donald Trump for a second term in the White House.

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