Biden Gives Interview On Stern Show

President Joe Biden has once again come under fire for telling tall tales about his biography. During a recent interview with radio host Howard Stern, the president made several false claims, including saving a “half dozen” kids from drowning during his time as a lifeguard and receiving salacious pictures from women during his time as a Delaware Senator in the ’70s. However, none of these claims have been proven to be true.

While speaking with Stern, Biden also claimed to have been arrested as a teenager while standing on the porch of a black family’s home during a desegregation protest. However, according to The New York Times, there is no evidence that Biden was ever arrested at a civil-rights protest. This is not the first time the president has stretched the truth about this particular event in his life.

During the same interview, Biden also told another lie about his high school football career, claiming to have been a “runner-up” in state scoring. However, there is no evidence to support this claim. This is just one of many instances in which Biden has exaggerated or fabricated details about his life.

In a separate incident, the president was fact-checked by CNN after claiming that he used to “drive an 18-wheeler” during a speech at Hillsborough Community College in Tampa Bay. Despite repeating this claim multiple times, it has been proven to be false. CNN reported that there is no evidence that Biden ever drove an 18-wheeler.

Last week, Biden also told a story about his uncle Ambrose Finnegan, known as “Uncle Bosie.” He claimed that his uncle flew reconnaissance planes over war zones and was shot down in Papua New Guinea. However, according to the survivor of the crash, there were no cannibals in that part of New Guinea. This once again raises questions about the honesty and accuracy of Biden’s stories about his family history.

These false claims have been met with criticism and skepticism, with many questioning why the president feels the need to embellish or invent stories about his life. Megyn Kelly, the host of “The Megyn Kelly Show” podcast, expressed her disbelief at Biden’s latest story, stating that he “can’t go two seconds without telling another familial lie.”

In response to the backlash, the White House has not addressed the president’s tendency to exaggerate or fabricate details about his life. However, this is not the first time Biden has faced scrutiny for his inaccurate statements. During his campaign, he faced criticism for falsely claiming to have been arrested during a protest against apartheid in South Africa and for falsely claiming to have marched in the civil rights movement.

As the leader of the United States, it is important for the president to be truthful and accurate, especially when discussing his personal life. These repeated false claims raise concerns about the reliability and credibility of the president. It is crucial for the public to hold their elected officials accountable for their words and actions, and to question any misleading or inaccurate statements.


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