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Biden Suggests He Is Greatest President in US History

'You think I'm joking... '

(Headline USAPresident Joe Biden suggested this week that he is the greatest president in U.S. history.

“I tell you what,” Biden said on Wednesday. “No one’s ever done as much as the president of this administration’s doing. Period.”

Biden was speaking at the White House Tribal Nations Summit, where administration officials met with tribal leaders.

The president admitted that he is prone to making mistakes, saying, “Don’t hesitate to correct me when I make [them]. I know you: you won’t hesitate.”

During the same speech, Biden made a bizarre joke about his wife, Jill, leaving him for an Indian reservation.

“By the way, she spent a lot of time on other reservations – other nations – as well,” Biden said, referring to Jill Biden’s visit to a Cherokee Nation immersion school in Oklahoma. “I’m worried she’s not going to come home one of these days when she goes.”

“You think I’m joking,” he continued. “I’m telling you. I hear more about the Navajos than I hear about me. Y’all think I’m kidding, don’t you?”

Biden has suffered from record low approval ratings for almost the entirety of his presidency. He has also overseen a massive spike in inflation rates, with the prices of food and gas the highest they’ve been in decades. He is also responsible for the U.S. military’s disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan, which left thousands of Americans in the region stranded and 13 U.S. servicemembers dead.

The U.S.-Mexico border has also seen a record number of illegal crossings since Biden’s presidency began. Over the past year alone, more than 2 million illegal immigrants have entered the country.

According to Customs and Border Protection, so far this fiscal year more than 500,000 migrants have been released into the U.S. by Border Patrol on their own recognizance with a court date or paroled into the U.S. and enrolled into alternatives to detention. 

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