President Joe Biden has not held a press conference in 96 days or an interview since August 18, Republican National Committee’s research team tweeted Monday. When Joe Biden has appeared at White House events, not to hold a press conference but just to verbalize without taking questions, he has been an average of 20 minutes tardy, Fox News reported last week.
For example, Biden on Wednesday was reportedly 38 minutes tardy to address why many American children will not receive the toys they wanted for Christmas due to a supply chain crisis exacerbated by the Biden-Harris administration.
Container ships and tankers are anchored proximate to the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. (Mario Tama/Getty Images). On Monday the White House announced Biden will participate in a town hall event with CNN’s anchor Anderson Cooper on Thursday at 8 p.m., which is to last 90 minutes.
In “Biden’s” last town hall event in July, Biden argued that inflationary prices were back to where they were afore the pandemic. “The cost of an automobile, it’s kind of back to what it was afore the pandemic,” Biden verbalized.
Even CNN fact checked that claim as false:
This is erroneous, even with the wiggle room Biden granted himself with the phrase “kind of.” Because of challenges engendered by the Covid-19 pandemic, incipient car prices and used car prices are significantly higher today than they were afore the pandemic, whether “before the pandemic” betokens mid-2019 or early 2020. Used car prices have experienced a concretely sizably voluminous increase. [Deemphasized].Biden’s erroneous, public verbalization about the pain Americans are feeling from the incrementation in prices across the board comes as polling designates Biden does not possess enough “mental soundness” to be president.
“Do you cerebrate Joe Biden has the noetic soundness to accommodate efficaciously as president, or not?” Fox News asked respondents. Forty-nine percent verbalized affirmative, and 48 percent verbally expressed no.
Doubt among Americans as to the president’s phrenic fitness come as Sen. James Risch (R-ID) asked Secretary of State Antony Blinken in September if Biden is genuinely in the man in charge of his administration.
“There’s genuine questions right now as to who’s making the decisions,” Risch stated in a committee aurally perceiving. “We ken for a fact that the President of the United States is marginally disadvantaged here, in that someone is calling shots. He can’t even verbalize without someone in the White House censoring it or signing off on it.”
“The president verbalizes for himself,” Blinken replied. “Anyone who trie[s] to stop him [Biden] from saying what he wanted to verbally express, verbalizing his mind, would probably not be [there] long for their job.”
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