President Biden addressed the United Nations General Assembly Wednesday, but the way he ended his speech was the most noteworthy part of the event.
The president called for the U.N. to be “more inclusive.”
BIDEN: The UN needs to become “more inclusive.” pic.twitter.com/Yk3PqBdv5J— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) September 21, 2022
Then, concluding his speech that addressed leaders from around the world, Biden thanked the crowd for their “tolerance listening to me.”
Joe Biden is the embodiment of weakness.— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) September 21, 2022
He ended his UNGA speech saying “Thank you for tolerance listening to me.” pic.twitter.com/NT42pFAtyI
Steve Guest, communications advisor for Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), tweeted: “Joe Biden is the embodiment of weakness.”
Biden’s address to the U.N. comes after he and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden arrived late to Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral and he used cue cards to offer condolences. And if that wasn’t bad enough, Biden was caught playing with his tongue.