Biden’s Strange Ice Cream Comments Backfires, Looks Even Weaker On The World Stage

We previously reported about Biden’s bizarre ice cream claims while in New York.

The man was so encapsulated with his ice cream that he struggled to answer questions. Biden was asked about a ceasefire and went on the record to say one should start next week. His response surprised everyone, especially Israel, who had no idea what he was talking about.


Now Biden is walking it all back and it’s internationally embarrassing.

Israel had given Hamas until Ramadan to release the hostages, or they would invade Rafah. The New York Times reported on 2/27/24 that Hamas rejected a ceasefire proposal.

Below is a partial transcript of what the President said before departing before the border regarding the ceasefire:

Reporter: Do you expect a ceasefire by Monday, sir? Do you still expect a ceasefire is possible by Monday, sir?

President Biden: Hope springs eternal.

Reporter: And what is —

President Biden: I was on the telephone with the people in the region. I’m still — probably not by Monday, but I’m hopeful.

According to reports, Biden held separate calls.

“They exchanged views on how such a prolonged period of calm could then be built into something more enduring,” the White House said in readouts of the conversations. “They also discussed planning to surge humanitarian assistance into Gaza and how the ceasefire under the hostage deal would further help enable those efforts and ensure that assistance reached civilians in need throughout Gaza.”

Biden is under immense pressure from his base; however, his ice cream claim didn’t do him any favors. It was once again gaslighting at its finest.




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