Joe Biden on Monday spelled out the letters in “dot,” when reading the name of a website — off of the teleprompter — to report possible “questionable” phone calls received regarding student loan forgiveness.
His confusing remark was made when he was delivered instructions over the launch of the federal application process.
Biden told listeners, regarding student loan forgiveness, if they receive “any questionable calls” to “report fraud” to: “reportfraud-d-o-t-f-t-c. gov”. He apparently meant to say: “reportfraud.ftc.gov”.
Biden spells “dot” while reading the website name 😂
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) October 17, 2022
Individuals seeking to apply for student debt relief can now fill out the form in English or Spanish at Studentaid.gov. The form includes information on the debt relief, who qualifies for it and how it works. It asks applicants for information including their full name, Social Security number, date of birth, phone number and an email address. Borrowers have until December 31, 2023, to submit an application.
Biden in August announced his decision to cancel up to $10,000 in student loan debt for individuals making less than $125,000 a year or as much as $20,000 for eligible borrowers who were also Pell Grant recipients.
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