President Biden continued his bizarre habit of hinting that his managers were calling the behind-the-scenes shots on Wednesday when he concluded his remarks in honor of the unions by saying what he was “supposed” to do.
“I’m supposed to stop and walk out of the room,” Biden said after finishing the prepared comments in the East Room of the White House.
BIDEN NOW INVOLVES THAT HE IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR WHEN HE CAN TAKE PRESS QUESTIONS
Biden challenged his masters and didn’t immediately walk out of the room. However, the moment quickly reminded viewers that Biden has often suggested that other people make the rules and dictate what he’s allowed to do.
The trend started with Biden’s first official White House press conference as president in January. Following his remarks on his “Made in America” manufacturing initiative, a Biden staff member was overheard calling specific reporters to pose their questions to the president, which was done in a similar fashion during the presidential election. 2020 and the transition period. However, the president has since stepped up the practice, and Biden has repeatedly suggested he is not in charge of the press.
In recent memory, Biden said, “I’m not supposed to answer any questions,” admitted he was “instructed” to call specific reporters, said “they gave me a list of people that I’ll call”. told reporters he “would be in trouble” if he didn’t follow orders and even said: “I’d be happy to answer questions if that’s what I’m supposed to do.”
Wednesday’s statement that Biden was “supposed” to stop and walk out of the room prompted a quick reaction:
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