In front of a room full of supporters, Vice President Joe Biden struggled to correctly pronounce the word “recalibration” while bragging about his administration’s recent job growth and announcing federal funding to repair aging lead pipes. Biden was announcing federal funding to repair aging lead pipes.
“I reported today on the state of the economy. We added more jobs, over half a million jobs just last month.” Biden stated. “And, and the recap… recapil… recalibration of last month was another half million.”
On November 20, the president reached the age of 80, and he continues to make headlines for gaffes, including mispronunciations, linguistic stumbles, and forgetfulness. The president is prone to making these kinds of mistakes.
After his verbal collision, the President moved on to the next topic, which was the most recent project that his government is pursuing on clean water across the United States.
At the Belmont Water Treatment Plant on Friday afternoon, Vice President Kamala Harris and Vice President Joe Biden made the announcement that the federal government will provide $500 million to fix Philadelphia’s ancient lead pipes and update the city’s water system.
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“Every American deserves to be able to turn on their water tap or faucet,” Biden said, “And to be able to drink clean water. Through the infrastructure law, we’re making historic investments to make sure that they can.”
According to the administration of Vice President Joe Biden, the funds would be used to improve water and lead pipe service in the City of Brotherly Love.
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