Seuss four years ago resurfaced Tuesday, after President Biden failed to mention the children’s author when making his "Read Across America Day" proclamation.
Richard Grenell, former acting director of national intelligence under former President Trump, retweeted the post that said: "Happy birthday, #DrSeuss.
When asked about the reason for the president’s omission, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the remarks had been written by the National Education Association and referred questions to it
The National Education Association, which organizes the annual event, said on its website it no longer partners with Dr
Seuss from the school's "Read Across America Day" celebration, citing alleged racial "undertones" in his children's books.
Seuss Enterprises on Tuesday said it would stop printing six of his books because of insensitive and racist imagery in the illustrations.
The White House and the National Education Association did not immediately return Fox News after-hours requests for comment.