Before Biden was even elected as president, the media had already been covering for him. Now that he’s been the POTUS for months, that hasn’t changed one bit.
It’s been almost two months since Biden held a press conference, and Jonathan Karl of ABC News is trying to make excuses for him.
“What is different about the Biden administration right now?” Meghan McCain asked Karl. “I know conservatives are very hard on the fact that President Biden hasn’t done a press conference. Yeah, it’s obviously a huge tone shift from the Trump administration—but what do you see as the biggest difference, just covering this White House versus the last one?”
“Well, it’s all about turning the temperature way the heck down, Meghan,” Karl said. “I mean, you know, Joe Biden doesn’t feel like he needs to be out there dominating the news every day,” he compared. “He’s not out there picking fights with Republicans.
He’s not out there picking fights with the press.”
“I think that the lack of press conferences is because he doesn’t want to be dominating the news right now. He wants to get back to a new sense of normal, where the chaos, the crisis, the drama, and the West Wing of the White House isn’t dominating the world’s attention,” he continued, practically praising Biden for not answering the questions of the American people.
Aside from that, he hasn’t allowed any media to cover the situation at the border. Really, what is he hiding?
He’s finally announced that he will hold a press conference on the 27th, his 65th day in office. Why does he need so much preparation time if he doesn’t have anything to hide?
Here’s Gary Franchi of The Next News Network’s report:
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