WATCH: US President Joe Biden forgets the name of the city affected by the Tornado, calls Rolling Fork 'Rolling Stone'
US President Joe Biden visited the Mississippi town of Rolling Fork on Friday and consoled the families of the victims. During this he made a big mistake. He addressed Fork as Stone. However, later he realized his mistake. Watch video...
US President Joe Biden made a big mistake while visiting the tornado-hit town of Rolling Fork in Mississippi. When he was addressing the people, he repeatedly referred to the 'rolling fork' as the 'rolling stone'. Rolling Stone is a magazine that focuses on popular culture.
'We will leave nothing behind'
Joe Biden said in his speech that we are not here just for today, I am determined that we will leave nothing behind. We're going to make it happen for you. "I'm making sure you get a place to sleep, food to eat, help you rebuild your life here at Rolling Stone," he said.
Biden later realized his mistake
Unaware of his mistake, Joe Biden added, "The city of Rolling Stone will be back. We'll be with you every step of the way." At the end of his speech, Joe Biden realized his mistake and said, "What did I say, I said Rolling Fork. Rolling Stone. My mind is going here."
25 killed in devastating tornado
Rolling Fork was hit by a devastating tornado last week that killed at least 25 people, according to the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency. Fred Miller, former mayor of Rolling Fork, said, "The west side of Rolling Fork is a residential area, and a lot of homes there were completely destroyed.
Highway 61, where most of our businesses are, is completely destroyed. Rolling Fork is a city in western Mississippi. The tornado caused a lot of damage here. The branches of the trees have been broken. Houses have also been damaged.