Was Biden’s visit to Belfast gaffe-free?

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In This Episode

President Joe Biden landed in Belfast this week to mark the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement. For the podcast, Washington editor, Amber Athey is joined by Lew Lukens, former deputy chief of mission at the US Embassy in London to talk about the significance of this state visit for Biden who now embarks on a four-day trip visiting family in Ireland. With proud Irish roots, a hostility to Brexit, and someone famous for his gaffes, has the trip passed by without any awkward moments?

Produced by Natasha Feroze and Saby Kulkarni.


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