The word ‘discomfort’ with Australian prime ministers has probably been stuck forever. Sometimes they mispronounced their names, and sometimes they were repeatedly embarrassed by the theft of their pants. This time, one forgot the name of the Prime Minister of Australia. This is not the person he is, President Joe Biden himself. The United States, the United Kingdom and Australia have signed a tripartite security agreement to counter China’s influence. The announcement of the deal comes on Wednesday, local time in the United States. Joe Biden made the official announcement while standing in the dias of the White House. The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson and the Prime Minister of Australia Scott Morrison were virtually involved. It was at this time that Biden gave birth to that uncomfortable event.
Biden thanked Boris for his name during the official announcement of the deal. He then turned to Morrison. But not being able to remember his name, he sat down and said, ‘I want to thank the person on this side too.’ Morrison’s face was uneasy at the time. He had nothing to do but respond to Biden with a smile. However, Biden soon recovered. By then, of course, that’s what happened. Many people are also commenting on the incident on social media Twitter.
Earlier in 2016, during the administration of former US President Donald Trump, White House Press Secretary Shawn Spicer mispronounced the name of the then Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. Earlier, in 1986, the then Prime Minister of Australia Malcolm Fraser had to appear in the reception room from his hotel room after a towel during his visit to the United States. Because, who or what stole his watch, money and pants.