President Biden was accused by critics of betraying Israel on Monday following a meeting with King Abdullah II of Jordan, who called for an end to the war between Israel and Hamas.

Biden met with the king at the White House in the first visit by an Arab leader to the United States since the brutal Hamas terrorist attack on Israel on October 7, which sparked a full-scale war in the Gaza Strip and increased tensions. tensions throughout the Middle East. , even in Jordan.

Abdullah not only called for a ceasefire, along with Biden, but also warned Israel against launching a major offensive in Rafah without a plan to protect civilians. Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., said Biden was simply catering to the far left.

“Biden is convinced that his polls will improve by attacking Israel and embracing Hamas supporters like Rashida Tlaib. He should listen to the majority of Americans who support Israel against Hamas,” Cotton posted on X.

BIDENWORLD, MEDIA ALLIES RUSH WITH ‘FREE’ TALKING POINT IN RESPONSE TO ADVISOR’S SPECIAL REPORT

Biden and King Abdullah

President Joe Biden speaks as King Abdullah II of Jordan looks on in Cross Hall of the White House, Monday, Feb. 12, 2024, in Washington. (AP)

Fox News host Mark Levin criticized Biden for “absolutely grotesque and unconscionable” actions.

“What Biden is doing this afternoon is the BIGGEST betrayal of Israel by a president. It is absolutely grotesque and inconceivable. Biden uses the king of Jordan as a propagandist and slanders Israel from top to bottom. ABSOLUTELY HORRIBLE. And then the two of them meet They go on stage without answering a single question,” Levin posted in X.

“The little fake king’s dad massacred thousands of Palestinian refugees in 1970. Jordan was the so-called Palestinian state,” Levin wrote in another post. “Now the imbecile Biden, whose true hatred for Israel is now on display as he panders to the anti-Semitic Islamists in his party, brings him here, where they both smear Israel and demand that he commit suicide.”

One user responded to Levin’s posts by asking, “HOW can the Jewish community vote Democrat? Even after all the discrimination and disrespect, there are still Jews who support him. How is that possible?”

The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

BIDEN MEETS KING ABDULLAH OF JORDAN AND CALLS ON ISRAEL TO WORK TOWARDS A PEACE AGREEMENT

King Abdullah of Jordan and President Biden

King Abdullah II of Jordan shakes hands with President Joe Biden in the Cross Hall of the White House on Monday. The two discussed the war between Israel and Hamas and how to achieve peace in the region. (AP)

Biden too shared a message on social media that he is “working day and night to find the means to bring all the hostages home, alleviate the humanitarian crisis, end the terrorist threat and bring peace to Gaza and Israel – a lasting peace with two states forever”. two towns”, but many critics objected to the publication.

Political consultant Noah Pollak reacted: “Biden refuses to pressure Iran or Qatar, the two biggest sources of influence over Hamas. All he is really doing is pressuring Israel to stop fighting and making false accusations against the IDF. “His word is rubbish.”

Conservative influencer The Foo added: “You threatened to veto a stand-alone bill to provide aid to Israel. You’re a liar. You should resign.”

JORDAN’S KING ABDULLAH’S MEETING WITH BIDEN HIGHLIGHTS US ALLY’S DILEMMA IN ISRAEL-HAMAS WAR

Earlier in the day, Biden received loud applause from a friendly audience after joking about his memory problems.

“I didn’t realize that, and I know I don’t look like it, but I’ve been here for a while. I do remember,” Biden said at the National Association of Counties Legislative Conference.

The joke came days after the release of Robert Hur’s report on Biden’s handling of classified material heightened questions about Biden’s mental acuity by describing the president as “a sympathetic, well-intentioned old man with a bad memory.” “that he could not remember important events in his life. .

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Fox News’ Ruth Marks Eglash and Louis Casiano contributed to this report.

By Sam