President Joe Biden is being trolled on social media for saying that US has plans to ‘build railroad from Pacific across Indian Ocean’.

The statement garnered several reactions from Twitter users.

However, this is not the first faux paus by the ageing President.

During a mistake-filled press conference with British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak last week, President Biden mispronounced the name of one of the major oceans off the coast of Africa.

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At the White House, Biden, 80, had awkwardly described a plan to build a railway spanning Sub-Saharan Africa. “We’re talking about building — and I had my team putting together with other countries as well — to build a railway from the Pacific Ocean — from the Atlantic Ocean all the way to the Indian Ocean,” Biden said.

The Mediterranean Sea, the Red Sea, the Indian Ocean, and the Atlantic Ocean — not the Pacific Ocean, which is more than a thousand miles from the closest African coastline — are the oceans that encircle Africa, the second-largest continent on Earth.

When describing the Chinese Belt and Road Initiative in Africa, Biden also nearly attributed the “debt and confiscation program” to America’s northern neighbors by mixing up China with Canada.

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“If we don’t find a way for these nations to develop, participate, and have to — and be able to build infrastructure, the Chinese — excuse me, the Canadians — have a — have a Belt and Road Initiative,” said the speaker. The Belt and Road Initiative, however, appears to be a debt and confiscation scheme. During the news conference, the president said, “Not going very far.

Voters’ concerns about Biden’s mental sharpness have been revealed in numerous polls.

A Washington Post-ABC poll released this month found that just 32% of voters believe Biden has the mental sharpness needed to be president.

Already the oldest president in US history, Biden would be 86-years-old by the end of a second term in office.