Former President Donald Trump delivered a campaign speech in Sioux City, Iowa on Sunday night, but the 77-year-old who routinely questions President Joe Biden’s mental ability, thought he was in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
“Well, thank you very much. And a very big hello to a place where we’ve done very well, Sioux Falls. Thank you very much, Sioux Falls,” Trump said as he greeted the audience.
Later in the rally State Sen. Brad Zaun, who Trump invited to the podium, was caught on hot mic telling the former president, “It’s Sioux City, not Sioux Falls.”
Trump then asked the crowd, “So, Sioux City, let me ask you, how many people come from Sioux City?”
Trump made other gaffes in his speech including suggesting that Hungary shares a border with Russia.
These are the latest in a series of gaffes as the Trump campaign focuses on Biden’s mental acuity. The former president has confused President Biden for President Barack Obama, twice, says Biden will lead us into World War II and has claimed to not be indicted despite being indicted four times.