According to a recent report, members of the Saudi government and crown prince Mohammed bin Salman have been privately mocking U.S. president Joe Biden by questioning his keenness of thought and mental acuity. The report follows Biden’s recent trip to the region in July, when the U.S. president pressed the Saudis for more oil production, but the Saudi government refused his requests.vSaudi Arabia’s government doesn’t seem to like U.S. president Joe Biden, as a report from the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) shows crown prince Mohammed bin Salman and many others have mocked the American leader. Biden and vice president Kamala Harris were also made fun of on a television broadcast aired in Saudi Arabia. The Saudi television broadcast openly mocks Biden’s alleged cognitive decline and leverages the nickname “Sleepy Joe.”
Three reporters from the WSJ — Stephen Kalin, Summer Said, and Dion Nissenbaum — wrote on October 2, that unnamed members of the Saudi government say the prince and his team privately make fun of President Biden. Saudi government insiders say Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the country’s 37-year-old day-to-day ruler, privately mocked President Biden, mocking his laughter. The 79-year-old man was questioned by.
The release of TV From Biden after Saudi Arabia asked to join BRICS. US President Joe Biden was criticized for visiting Saudi Arabia in July when the US president went there to ask the crown prince to increase oil production. According to the report, the Saudi government rejected Biden because he did not shake hands with the crown prince. The murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi. “My vision is very clear,” Biden said at the time. “I can honestly say that an American president who has remained silent on human rights issues is at odds with who we are and who I am.” On October 2, when White House press secretary Karen-Jean-Pierre (KJP) was interviewed when asked about the mockery of the Saudi leader himself in the mind of the American president, the ‘AKP was stunned. “I have no comment,” the White House press secretary told reporters.