Biden Makes Jeb Bush Like Demand that Audience ‘Clap’ For Him

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President Joe Biden requested that the audience at the White House show their appreciation by clapping during his remarks on St. Patrick’s Day.

Biden delivered his remarks on Sunday, joining Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar in commemorating the rich history of Irish people in America.

“We celebrate the bonds of our friendship today connecting millions of Irish Americans and American people. We celebrate the friendship between the two nations — one that has shaped our past, strengthened our present and inspires our future.” Biden said.

“Ireland now is one of the top ten investors in the United States economy. And our countries stand proudly for liberty and against tyranny. We stand together and oppose Russia’s brutal war of aggression in Ukraine. You can clap for that, please.” he continued.

Biden mentioned that the United States and another country marked a significant milestone of 100 years of diplomatic relations this year. He also highlighted the growing economic connections between the two nations and emphasized the shared values they have.

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