President Joe Biden flew to Israel to meet with PM Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday. Whether he should have is another question.
During a joint appearance, the American president appeared extremely fatigued, almost unable to keep his eyes open at times. He slowly read his notes, head hung low, sometimes barely audible. Things didn’t get any better later when Biden decided to tell an already debunked story about being in Israel during the 1967 war. After returning to the podium to speak again, the president then announced $100 million for Gaza, money that will no doubt end up in the hands of Hamas.
On the way back to the U.S. from Israel, President Biden apparently decided to go back and talk to reporters.
We’re just guessing his staff didn’t sign off on it.
The people watching Biden answer questions live on Air Force One look terrified especially watch Secretary of State Antony Blinken in the background just to the left. He didn’t look too thrilled that Biden was talking to reporters without notes:
large number of people have been victimized and lost, I spoke to them…
I learned a long time ago, but you all learned in your life as well
when someone’s going through something that is beyond their comprehension…if they see someone who they think understands…
You know I always get criticized sometimes by my staff because when I go to these events I stay for 3 or 4 hours and answer all their questions.”
Instead of trying to talk to reporters it looks like Biden might wanted to take a nap all the way back to the states!
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre tried to end things:
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