Reuters Mocked for Fact-Checking Spoof Video of Biden Being Distracted by Ice-Cream Truck Music (VIDEO)

President Biden is well-known for his love of ice cream, enough in fact that a major news outlet’s fact-checking organization was dispatched to debunk a viral clip of him being lured away by the dulcet tones of an ice cream truck.

“Social media users are sharing a video of U.S. President Joe Biden walking away momentarily during a speech given by U.S. First Lady Jill Biden and claiming that he was distracted by an ice cream truck. The video being shared, however, has been digitally edited to include music usually played by an ice cream truck,” wire service Reuters reported on Sunday.

The outlet was concerned by the spread of clips of Biden, while listening to first lady Jill Biden speaking at a Washington, D.C., middle school on Sept. 10, 2021, walking away after apparently hearing a cheerful ice truck jingle. The below tweet went viral last week. Other people lampooning the president shared videos and posts with a crudely added ice cream truck in the background.

Reuters linked to a CSPAN video of the speech, which showed there was no ice cream truck music. It was unclear what briefly distracted the president as his wife waxed poetic on children returning to school.

“This video has been digitally edited to include ice cream truck music as U.S. President Joe Biden walked away momentarily during first lady Jill Biden’s speech,” Reuters concluded. The story had no single byline; it was the product of the “Reuters Fact Check Team.”

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