President Biden rushes to the Situation Room with tragic news

The thought of Joe Biden as commander-in-chief has Americans sick. Now the consequences are piling up.

Because President Biden has been rushed to the Situation Room with this tragic news.

President Joe Biden concluded a short speech from the White House on Monday by announcing he had to go to the Situation Room.

The president stated, “I apologize,” after a six-minute address in which he defended his economic policies known as Bidenomics. “I have to go to the Situation Room. I have another issue that I have to deal with.”

A reporter asked Biden as he left, “Is the U.S. supporting the hostages for ceasefire deal?”

The president replied, “We should have a ceasefire. Not a ceasefire. We should have those hostages released, and then we can talk.”

The West Wing of the White House houses the Situation Room, a crisis and intelligence management center.

In it, the president and his senior advisors “hold calls with foreign leaders, receive and digest classified information, and watch intelligence feeds showing history unfolding in real time,” as reported by CNN.

The Biden administration is reportedly pressuring Israel to put off its planned ground incursion into the Gaza Strip to eradicate Hamas militants, as reported by The New York Times on Monday.

The White House is requesting more time in order to better prepare for an attack on U.S. personnel in the region and to bargain for the safe return of hostages, including Americans.

Recent days have seen what appear to be Iranian proxy drone attacks against U.S. forces in Iraq and Syria.

According to two U.S. officials, “the advice to the Israelis to hold off on the land war was being conveyed through Defense Secretary Lloyd J. Austin III because the Pentagon is helping advise Israel on military actions, including a ground invasion.”

About 1,400 Israelis were killed and 200 were captured when Hamas terrorists arrived on October 7.

NBC News reports that the Islamic group freed two Americans last week and two Israelis on Monday.

When Biden was vice president in 2011, he was present in the Situation Room during the Navy SEAL mission that resulted in the death of Osama Bin Laden.

From the Situation Room, Biden followed the pullout from Afghanistan back in the late summer of 2021 and the Russian invasion of Ukraine in February 2022.

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