Washington Post reporter mocked for dutifully reporting Biden’s ice cream order: ‘Pulitzer material here’

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Tyler Bigger, Washington Post reporter, was mocked over the weekend for his coverage of The latest ice cream stop for President Biden.

Biden was seen at Baskin Robbins in Portland, Oregon, on Saturday as he sparked controversy for insisting reporters that rising inflation was not a major concern.

“I’m not worried about the strength of the dollar. I’m worried about the rest of the world. Our economy is as strong as hell,” Biden said. “Inflation is global. It’s worse than it is in the United States. So the problem is the lack of economic growth and sound policies in other countries that are not so much ours.”

When Bigger reported the interaction, his appearance tweet focused on the flavor the president had ordered.

President Biden stopped by for ice cream at Baskin Robbins in Portland, Oregon.
(Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images)

“President Biden and his Baskin Robbins ice cream,” said Biger. “He ordered double-dipped chocolate chips into a waffle cone.”

These reports from a Washington Post member on Twitter were mocked as a poor example of “hard-hitting” journalism during the Biden administration.

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Federal Editor-in-chief Molly Hemingway wrote on Twitter: “Reporter Jeff Bezos here is crushing him with hard coverage of the Biden manager.”

The Libs of TikTok account mocked the reporter’s writing, “Strong journalism is here. Thank you Tyler.”

Journalist Ian Miles Cheung wrote, “The world may be on the brink of nuclear Armageddon, but the Washington Post is more interested in knowing what flavor of ice cream Biden ordered.”

“The Pulitzer material is here,” News Cycle Media president John Nicosia joked.

“The Washington Post White House Correspondent is proud of his job,” podcast host Jerry Callahan wrote.

Conservative commentator Rita Panahi tweeted: “Wapoo on the important details. It doesn’t matter that he told so many verifiable lies.”

President Biden speaks to the press while stopping for ice cream at Baskin Robbins in Portland, Oregon.

President Biden speaks to the press while stopping for ice cream at Baskin Robbins in Portland, Oregon.
(Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images)

Pager sent out one more tweet about the ice cream hiatus, reporting Biden’s comments at committee hearings on January 6.

Biden criticized for 8.2% claiming that inflation shows “progress”: “What planet is this guy on?”

Biden’s fondness for ice cream was intense Documented by the liberal media Correspondents are ridiculed and attacked by conservative commentators. In October 2020, at the height of the presidential election as well as the emerging scandals regarding Hunter Biden, Joe Biden was questioned about the flavor of ice cream he ordered while stopping in the parlour.

By May 2021, MSNBC aired a three-minute segment on Biden’s love of ice cream, joking, “There’s been a lot of change in his political life over the years, but the one constant is that Joe Biden really loves ice cream.”

President Biden talks about infrastructure investments in the LA Metro transit extension project, D Line (Purple) - Section 3, in Los Angeles.

President Biden talks about infrastructure investments in the LA Metro transit extension project, D Line (Purple) – Section 3, in Los Angeles.
(AP Photo/Caroline Custer)

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Besides, Biden kept it up Face different creepy backlash or silly comments. On Friday, he put his hand on the shoulder of a young girl and said, “There are no serious men until the age of thirty!”

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