Congratulations to Biden come from all over the world, including. From British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, German Chancellor Angela Merkel or Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The President of Poland also spoke André Duda. The post reads, “Congratulations to Joe Biden on a successful presidential campaign.”

American Elections. Boris Bodka wrote a letter to Joe Biden. With mistakes

Postbox chief Boris Bodka also indicated Biden was winning. And the politician posted on Twitter a special message addressed to the democratic candidate. We read that Joe Biden “demonstrates an unwavering belief in democracy in turbulent times.” “I hope that your presidency is an affirmation of the special ties our country shares,” Budka wrote.

However, the devil is in the details. Soon errors were discovered in the menu. First, the name “United States of America” ​​was used, which is incorrect. Second, the message is dated November 6, 2020 (Friday). Some indicated that the letter was written in Polish, but Boris Podka clarified in the comments that the letter will be delivered to the US embassy in Poland, where it will be translated.

American Elections. Boris Budka explains his mistake

In the end, Boris Bodka decided to delete the message and post a new message. This time the correct name – United States of America – was used and the appropriate date was typed.

“Thanks to your reactions and to my attention, I corrected the error in the congratulatory letter to the new President of the United States. I didn’t even see that the same mistake happened to Lich Kaczynski. It’s a bad consolation, but a good lesson not to act in haste” – Podka added later.

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He recalled an event in 2008, when then-president Lech Kaczynski congratulated Barack Obama on his victory. He also used the wrong country name.

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