(FamilyConservationPAC.com) – When questioned about the mounting death toll from the horrific Hawaii fires on Sunday, President Joe Biden reportedly responded, “I have no comment.”

From Delaware on Sunday night, White House reporter for Bloomberg Justin Sink tweeted the president’s purported response:

“After a couple hours on the Rehoboth beach, @potus was asked about the rising death toll in Hawaii,” Sink posted on X.” ‘No comment,’ he said before heading home.”

Sink shared a picture of Biden on the sand with a large group of people sitting on beach chairs.

Biden traveled to his beach house in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, on Saturday. Then, on Monday morning, he returned to the White House.

Biden’s past 24 posts on X, according to Joe Concha, a columnist for The Messenger, were “pats on the back from protecting land to Bidenomics.”

“You have to go back 25 to see anything regarding Maui. The president is at his beach house in Delaware, where he just gave a ‘no comment’ to a reporter asking about Maui. Stunning,” he posted.

On August 10, Biden made his most recent post regarding the Hawaii fires: “Jill and I express our heartfelt sympathies to the families who lost loved ones in the wildfires in Maui. We offer up prayers for people whose homes, places of business, and communities have been damaged.”

The deadliest wildfires in American history in recent times occurred in Maui.

Breitbart News reported at least 96 deaths have been officially confirmed, while more than 1,000 people are still missing.

The fires started on Tuesday as Hurricane Dora passed close to Hawaii and brought strong winds. One of the fires completely destroyed the historic city of Lahaina, which served as the Hawaiian Kingdom’s first capital.

According to several locals, most of the city was destroyed by fire, leaving apocalyptic devastation.

Over $5 billion of damage is thought to have occurred.

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