Biden Corrects Cherokee Nation Leader

Joe Biden had yet another bizarre interaction this week.

While doing a video conference call with the Chief of the Cherokee Nation, Biden corrected the Chief for using the word “tribes.”

What was even more shocking was that the Chief took the correction by Biden so as not to offend current White House resident.

Indian Nations!

The word “tribe” is now offensive, just in case you did not know.

If the word were truly offensive, one would think that a member of the Native American community would not be using it.

That, however, is exactly what happened when Joe Biden handed out his reprimand.

Chief of Cherokee Nation Hoskin stated, “This bill overall has more than $11 billion in investment in Indian country.

“That is historic. Potentially transformational investment for tribes across this country.”

Biden immediately jumped in, “Indian nations! Indian nations.”

Hoskin immediately corrected his wording, stating, “Indian nations across this country working as sovereigns to sovereigns in the United States.

You can see the video of the interaction on Breitbart.

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