Who’s The Prez? After Jill Biden Report Joe Does A 180

On April 4, 2024, there was a report about First Lady Jill Biden and her supposed feelings about the conflict in Gaza.

The President has been meeting with Muslim community leaders who are upset with his policy regarding Israel and the conflict in Gaza.

Leaders who were in attendance told CNN that Biden spoke about his wife during the meeting.

From CNN:

“It’s got to stop,” he recounted the first lady had said to him recently, according to the recollection of Dr. Nahreen Ahmed, who was in the room.

Another participant, who declined to be named, told CNN they remembered the president saying that the first lady had used these words: “Stop it. Stop it now.”

While that attendee said they believed the suggestion was that the first lady was calling for the war to end, Ahmed said it was unclear to her whether the first lady’s comment was directed at the Israel-Hamas war at large, or the mounting civilian death toll in Gaza.

It was the New York Times that originally reported on the President’s comment regarding Jill Biden’s feelings.

“Just like the President, the First Lady is heartbroken over the attacks on aid workers and the on-going loss of innocent lives in Gaza,” said Elizabeth Alexander, communications director for the first lady. “They both want Israel to do more to protect civilians.”

Not long after the story broke the White House released a statement regarding phone call that took place between President Biden (Joe) and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu. The President called for a ceasefire.

“President Biden emphasized that the strikes on humanitarian workers and the overall humanitarian situation are unacceptable. He made clear the need for Israel to announce and implement a series of specific, concrete, and measurable steps to address civilian harm, humanitarian suffering, and the safety of aid workers,” the readout said. “He made clear that U.S. policy with respect to Gaza will be determined by our assessment of Israel’s immediate action on these steps. He underscored that an immediate ceasefire is essential to stabilize and improve the humanitarian situation and protect innocent civilians, and he urged the Prime Minister to empower his negotiators to conclude a deal without delay to bring the hostages home.”


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