After claiming last week that his uncle was eaten by cannibals, President Joe Biden has been accused of yet another lie. His latest false claim, made during a speech at Hillsborough Community College in Tampa Bay, Florida, had him saying he used to “drive an 18-wheeler” truck.

“I used to drive an 18-wheeler,” he told the crowd in repetition of a claim he has made multiple times in the past.

However, some conservative voices have pointed out that Biden’s claim might not be true.

The official account for RNC Research disputed the president’s claim in a series of tweets that accompanied a video of Biden’s speech at the Florida event.

“Biden has always been a chronic liar — now, coupled with his cognitive decline, he’s a national security risk,” the account tweeted.

Zach Parkinson, the director of RNC Research, commented on the video of Biden on X with a newspaper clip of Biden getting a ride in a truck.

“There is *zero evidence* that Biden ‘used to drive an 18 wheeler.’ The extent of Biden’s trucking experience is that he **rode in** a truck once, for one night in 1973 (he made sure to return home by plane though),” he wrote alongside the photo.

CNN also admitted the president’s claim is fictional after fact-checking it.

“Biden’s claim remains untrue. There is no evidence he ever drove an 18-wheeler,” the outlet wrote in a report.

Biden also told the tale in 2021 during a tour of the Mack Trucks facility and during a speech to some college students, in which he said, “I used to drive a tractor-trailer. I only did it for part of a summer, but I got my license anyway.”

“I used to drive an 18-wheeler, man. I got to,” he said at the Mack Trucks facility.

Biden’s resurfaced claim about driving a truck in the past comes about a week after he claimed that the body of his uncle Ambrose Finnegan, who died during World War II after his plane went down due to mechanical failure, was “shot down” and eaten by cannibals.

Speaking to local steelworkers during a campaign visit to Scranton, Pennsylvania, the president said his uncle “flew those single-engine planes as reconnaissance over war zones, and he got shot down in [Papua] New Guinea.”

“They never found the body because there used to be, there were a lot of cannibals, for real, in that part of New Guinea,” he added.