WATCH: Trump Reacts to Concerning Biden Clip Praising China As Lawmakers Laugh

On Friday, President Joe Biden ventured to Canada to give a speech in front of an assembled parliament.

During the speech, however, Biden made yet another infamous gaff when he praised China instead of Canada.

“Today, I applaud China for stepping up, excuse me, Canada,” Biden said. “You can tell what I’m thinking on China.”

Biden, who’s family was recently revealed to have received millions of dollars from a Chinese energy company, clearly has China on mind as Canadian lawmakers laugh at him.

As previously reported by the DC Enquirer, banking records recently obtained from the Treasury Department that show millions of dollars being transferred from a Chinese energy firm to members of the Biden family.

WATCH: BIDEN FINALLY RESPONDS TO EVIDENCE THAT HIS FAMILY RECEIVED MILLIONS FROM CHINESE COMPANY

The released letter explains that the House Oversight Committee requested these financial records in late February in order to obtain critical information central to the investigation of the Biden family business dealings.

In response to Biden’s gaffe, 45th President and likely Biden opponent in 2024 Donald Trump took to Truth Social to react.

”Mistakes like this, a really big one in Canada’s Parliament, are just not allowed to happen,” Trump wrote. “We are a laughing stock all over the WORLD!”

As President Biden continues to show his insufficient mental faculties, it is clear that Trump is taking advantage of Biden’s gaffes. Under Trump’s leadership, these humiliations never took place and it likely won’t if he is re-elected in 2024.

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