Biden Thanks `That Fellow Down Under’ During Virtual Press Conference

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Sep.16 — President Joe Biden appeared to forget Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s name during a virtual press conference to unveil a new security partnership that will include nuclear-powered submarines. Morrison spoke first at the conference, followed by U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson before Biden had his turn and stumbled on his reference to the Australian premier as he began to speak. #ThatFellaDownUnder then ensued, becoming the top trending hashtag on Australian Twitter.

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