BREAKING: Attack On White House – Suspect Arrested

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A person has been arrested on suspicion of driving a U-Haul truck through the barricades around the White House and making threats to kill or injure the president, vice president, or members of the presidential family.

The terrifying event took place on Monday evening, and there is now a video of it available online. CNN said that the police found a Nazi flag in the truck that the suspect was driving.

“A preliminary investigation revealed the driver – who has not been publicly identified – may have intentionally struck the barrier, the Secret Service later said. While authorities have not provided specific details on the alleged threat, the US Park Police said the man faces the charge of threatening to kill, kidnap or inflict harm on a President, vice president, or family member,” CNN reported.

“The driver also was also arrested on charges of assault with a dangerous weapon, reckless operation of a motor vehicle, destruction of federal property, and trespassing, according to the Park Police. After the crash, the truck was searched by bomb technicians, and no explosives or incendiary devices were found, a law enforcement source familiar with the investigation told CNN,” the outlet added.

“What appears to be a Nazi flag was just pulled from the cab of a U-Haul truck that rammed the fence at Lafayette Square in front of the White House,” Reuters reporter Nathan Howard said on Twitter.

President Biden recently returned from Japan, where he attended the G7 Summit and where some had begun to worry about his health.

“A confused-looking President Biden had to be gently guided by Japanese leader Fumio Kishida on Friday — before tripping and almost falling down some stairs,” the New York Post reported.

“The oldest-ever US president looked confused as first lady Jill Biden led him by the hand to meet his Japanese counterpart and his wife for a photo op in Hiroshima ahead of the Group of Seven summit there,” the report added. “After shaking Kishida’s hand, Biden, 80, turned his attention to the prime minister’s 58-year-old wife, Fumio Kishida — bizarrely bending over with clenched fists, as if in a boxer’s pose, before also shaking her hand.”

The dignitaries were then led to their respective locations for a photo opportunity by Kishida, 65. Biden seemed unsure of where he was supposed to stand, and Kishida seemed to kindly step in and direct him. According to the footage, Biden shifted slowly and looked down at the ground to see where he should be standing.

First lady Jill Biden joked, “We’ll figure it out,” as her husband stumbled around trying to find out where he was meant to be standing.

Regarding the incident involving the steps, “Footage showed him arriving late for a tour of the Itsukushima Shrine, with the other world leaders already starting their tour as Biden slowly emerged from his limo,” according to The Post. “After walking slowly toward the others, he stared intently at a set of just eight steps — but still tripped, luckily catching his footing before falling.”

As he approaches 2024, Biden’s physical and mental condition continues to be a source of debate and worry for both voters and his Republican detractors.

When it comes to his alleged decline in mental health, Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-Texas), a former White House physician under Presidents Obama and Trump, has been Biden’s harshest critic.

In a March interview with Fox News, Jackson discussed a malignant tumor that had been excised from Biden and expressed his opinion that more than just the lesion itself needed to be removed.

“He’s what needs to be removed, not the lesion they found. But this is just another effort from his physician and from his medical team to distract him. They’re going to talk about this. They gave us a bunch of useless information about his cholesterol and stuff that no one cares about,” the former White House doctor said.


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