The Baltimore and D.C. area saw between 3 and 6 inches of snowfall Monday through Tuesday morning, covering the exterior of the historic landmark.
While the White House was covered in snow, Jimmy Fallon decided to have fun by making jokes about the President of the United States, Joe Biden— and his age.
Jimmy Fallon uses White House snow as final punchline
In his recent monologue, Jimmy Fallon decided to talk about the snowfall that covered the East Coast, including the White House in Washington, DC.
“Meanwhile, in Washington, D.C., the White House got blown up under half a foot of snow,” Fallon began to say before adding his punchline, “and because of At President Biden’s age, they had to salt the low sodium aisle“.
After the audience laughed, Fallon added, “Don’t worry, Biden’s staff took every precaution to keep him safe this morning. They attached snow chains to his walker, don’t worry, he’ll be fine.”
Watch Jimmy Fallon’s monologue below.
This wasn’t the first time the “Tonight” show host made fun of Joe Biden because of his age and the cold. Earlier this week, he targeted the 81-year-old, saying: “It’s so cold, Joe Biden’s teeth are chattering in his face.” nightstand. Cold.
Adding: “Cold, really. It’s his alarm clock! His teeth are chattering, that’s how he wakes up.”
The President of the United States has been the butt of many jokes lately, most notably when he mixed pop icons Taylor Swift and Britney Spears.
During Thanksgiving week, he said, “Just to get here, Liberty and Bell had to overcome tough obstacles and competition. They had to work hard, be patient and be prepared to travel more than 1,000 miles. »
He added: “You could say it’s even harder than getting a ticket for the Renaissance tour or the Britney tour. She’s depressed, it’s pretty hot in Brazil right now.”
Joe Biden looks to the 2024 presidential race
As the current President of the United States looks ahead to his re-election with hope, he addressed the nation by reflecting on the January 6 attacks on the Capitol.
“Today we gather in a new year, some 246 years later, just one day before January 6, a day forever etched in our memory because it was on that day that we almost lost the America, lost everything,” he said. said at the time. “Today we are here to answer the most important question of all. Is democracy still America’s sacred cause? I truly believe so.”
“This is not rhetorical, academic or hypothetical. Whether democracy is still America’s sacred cause is the most pressing question of our time,” he continued, adding: “and This is what is at stake in the 2024 elections.”
Biden continued: “The choice is clear. Donald Trump’s campaign is about him, not America, not you.”
President Joe Biden’s biggest competitor is arguably former President Donald Trump.