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Biden Reminded West Point Grads Putin Didn't Invade Ukraine Until After He Took Office (and More)

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President Biden spoke at the West Point graduation today, and at least there were no sandbags in the way this time: 

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"Sharp as a tack," but only behind the scenes.

After his speech started, Joe dipped into his usual "Big Book of Biden Tall Tales" as usual:

Biden also had his own "please clap" moment, and the audience excitement was palpable:

While many are pointing out Biden's bumbling and mumbling (that the WH would like everybody to believe is because of a "lifelong stutter"), there was one part of Biden's speech that, while he never finished the thought, was a very telling self-own. 

When President Biden met with Vladimir Putin after entering the Oval Office and rumors of a Russian invasion of Ukraine were swirling, Biden almost certainly told Russia's president "don't." And you know how Biden's "don't" doctrine has worked out. Biden explained it partly this way: 

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Usual babbling aside, did Biden say "I probably should get into that" because he realized what point he was making? Probably -- most likely he couldn't remember what he was going to say. 

Biden should have also reminded the cadets that the border was much more secure before he took office. 

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