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Joe Biden refers to Cambodia as Colombia in front of Cambodian PM, just weeks after Rishi Sunak blunder

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US President Joe Biden yesterday referred to Cambodia as Colombia.
He met PM Hun Sen in Phnom Penh, which is hosting a summit of ten South East Asian countries.
He met PM Hun Sen in Phnom Penh, which is hosting a summit of ten South East Asian countries2He met PM Hun Sen in Phnom Penh, which is hosting a summit of ten South East Asian countriesCredit: RexUS President Joe Biden referred to Cambodia as Colombia2US President Joe Biden referred to Cambodia as ColombiaCredit: APBiden, 80 next week, said: “I want to thank the PM of Colombia for his leadership as ASEAN chair.”
This comes weeks after Biden was mocked for stumbling over Rishi Sunak’s name in a speech praising the new PM’s appointment as a “groundbreaking moment”.
The 79-year-old said: “Just today, we’ve got news that ‘Rashid Sanook’ is now the prime minister.
“As my brother would say, ‘Go figure!’”
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Speaking during a ceremony at the White House marking the Hindu festival of Diwali he called it “pretty astounding” and a “groundbreaking moment”.
Sunak, 42, is a practising Hindu and the first non-white PM.
The US president later tweeted: “Congratulations to Rishi Sunak on becoming Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
“Together, I look forward to enhancing our cooperation on issues critical to global security and prosperity, including continuing our strong support for Ukraine.”

Story Credit: thesun.co.uk

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