I get a command not found from my bashrc

When I try and go to the .ssh directory with cd ~/.ssh it correctly navigates to that directory but I get a __git ps1: command not found. Not sure why this is happening and how to resolve the issue.

here is my bashrc file

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    The problem is that your prompt contains the __git_ps1 function call, but it isn’t defined. Newer versions of the git-completion file define this function but it’s not in your copy. EG, on Fedora, its defined in /etc/bash_completion.d/git

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