Newsweek - Fox News host Jesse Watters has linked President Joe Biden's love of ice cream to Alzheimer's disease. Watters made the comments after the president spoke to reporters while eating ice cream after taping a segment for NBC's Late Night with Seth Meyers in New York City on Monday. "You know who lights up for ice cream? Children and the elderly. There's a reason caregivers deliver ice cream to their patients in nursing homes," Watters said on his show Tuesday night. He explained that the Alzheimer's Association says ice cream is "a favorite for people with diminished faculties." Alzheimer's is the most common form of dementia and has no cure.

Note: Before any Gen Z or middle aged readers give up ice cream as a result of this claim, be advised that your editor, five years older than Biden, has taken lately to vanilla ice cream, not because of Alzheimer's but because it helps with his dry mouth problem. He has also enjoyed other ice cream flavors his entire life, so if this is a mental problem it's been going on for a long time.

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