The 81-year-old chief executive reportedly made the blunder during a Feb. 7 event, where he told the story to a group of Democratic donors in New York City. He also repeated the same story in another fundraiser held on the same day in the Big Apple. Biden was reportedly talking about his first international trip as president to the Group of Seven (G7) Summit in the U.K. when he made the gaffe. "I showed up … and I sat down and said, 'America's back.' [French President Emmanuel] Macron looked at me and said, 'For how long?' How long? Not a joke," Biden recounted. "Helmut Kohl said, 'Joe, what would you think if you picked up the phone and picked up the paper tomorrow and learned in the London Times, on the front page, that 1,000 people stormed the Parliament? Broke down the doors of the House of Commons and killed two [police officers] in the process … [of] trying to stop the election of a prime minister?" While Biden'