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Biden was caught in CNN's fact-check after cannibalism allegation

Biden was caught in CNN's fact-check after cannibalism allegation

President Joe Biden exits the helicopter outside the White House after a visit to Pennsylvania on Wednesday. Photograph: Susan Walsh/AP/NTP

President Joe Biden came out ahead of the weekend with clear hints that his uncle was eaten by cannibals in New Guinea. Not true, concludes CNN.

The President of the United States visited a war memorial in Pennsylvania before the weekend. Then he was asked about the visit.

-I wanted to see the monument to my uncle Ambrose J. Finnegan Memorial, and there were also memorials to other soldiers killed in World War II, Biden replied.

He continued his speech and said:

– Ambrose Finnegan – we call him “Uncle Pussy” – he's been shot down. He was in the Army Air Forces Department before the Air Force was created. He made single-engine reconnaissance flights over New Guinea. He volunteered because no one else could run. The chief said he was dropped in an area where there were many cannibals in New Guinea at the time.

– They never found his remains. But the government came back, when I was there, and then they checked it and found some parts of the plane and other things, Biden also said according to Copy of the White House Wednesday 17 April.

– My uncle – My uncle, Ambrose Finnegan – My uncle – My Uncle Posey was quite a fellow, since – I never met him, of course. “But I just wanted to see where his memorial was set up,” said Biden, who made clear that it was important to honor the memory of soldiers who sacrificed for the country in the 1940s.

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CNN has verified the information “Biden's sensationalized details do not match the Department of Defense's official explanation for the plane crash,” he concludes. It is said that the plane fell over the sea.