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Biden tells kids at White House that he knows where to get ice cream and ‘Daddy owes you’

 August 17, 2023

President Joe Biden's recent comment about ice cream to children at a White House event has raised eyebrows.

During a recent event at the White House, Biden made a light-hearted comment to the children present, mentioning his knowledge of good ice cream places and suggesting their "daddy owes" them a treat.

This incident, among other remarks by the president, has been a topic of discussion among critics, as reported by Fox News.

Biden's off-the-cuff remark

While preparing to address the audience in the East Room of the White House on the one-year anniversary of the Inflation Reduction Act, President Biden deviated briefly from his main topic.

He addressed the children in the room, saying:

I want to say one thing to your children. I know some really great ice cream places around here and daddy owes you, so talk to me afterwards.

Following this, he shifted his focus to discuss his administration's efforts in addressing the rising costs of daily necessities.

This comes at a time when many Americans are grappling with the financial implications of inflation.

Previous remarks under scrutiny

The president has previously been under the spotlight for certain comments he made that some found unsettling.

In October 2022, a remark he made to a young teenager in California drew criticism, especially from conservatives on social media. He advised the teenager, "no serious guys until you’re 30."

Another instance that raised eyebrows was during a speech to the National Education Association, the nation's largest teachers' union.

He recognized a woman from the audience, mentioning their long-standing acquaintance. He remarked, "We go back a long way," he said. "She was 12 and I was 30, but anyway. This woman helped me get an awful lot done. Anyway."

White House response awaited

Given the attention these remarks have received, many are awaiting an official response or clarification from the White House.

Fox News Digital has reportedly reached out to the White House for comments on the matter.

It remains to be seen how these comments will be perceived in the larger context of President Biden's tenure and the political landscape of the country.

Context of the event

The event at the White House was primarily focused on the one-year anniversary of the Inflation Reduction Act.

This act has been a significant piece of legislation during President Biden's administration, aiming to address the challenges of inflation that many Americans face. But the capability of the act to reduce the inflation in a tangible way is yet to be proven.

While the president's comment about ice cream was a brief deviation, it has become a focal point of discussion, highlighting the scrutiny public figures often face for their off-the-cuff remarks.


  • President Biden made a comment about knowing good ice cream places to children at a White House event.
  • The event was focused on the one-year anniversary of the Inflation Reduction Act.
  • Previous remarks by the Ppesident have also been under scrutiny.
  • Public figures' comments can influence public perception and sometimes overshadow the primary message of an event.
  • It's crucial to understand the context and intent behind such remarks.