On Thursday, the former president George W. Bush was on trend on social media after a clip of his recent speech began spreading online after he mistakenly identified the country Russia had invaded.

According to MSNBC, Bush spoke at his presidential center in Dallas, Texas, and speaking of Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, he broke down and mentioned the wrong country. He said

“In contrast, Russian elections are rigged, political opponents are imprisoned or otherwise deviated from the electoral process. The result is a lack of checks and balances in Russia and one man’s decision to launch a completely unwarranted and brutal invasion of Iraq. I mean Ukraine … Iraq … anyway … “

He then blamed his age for the misfortune, noting that he was 75 years old, which caused laughter in the crowd.

What was ironic in his statement was that during his tenure as President of the United States, he was the one who invaded Iraq when he declared war after the 9/11 attacks. It didn’t take people too long to react to George W. Bush’s mistake.

George W. Bush no longer admitted his erroneous words after his speech.

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