What did Joseph Biden say at his news conference?
On the eve of the one-year anniversary of his inauguration, President Joe Biden held a formal news conference at the White House Wednesday, fielding reporter questions on his handling of the pandemic, the economy and his legislative agenda, characterizing the country as unified — but not as much as it could be — and raising eyebrows by saying …
Was Biden’s longest news conference in presidential history?
“Pres Biden, in the longest news conference in presidential history, made news, pushed back on critics, called out lies, took responsibility for mistakes he believes he made, expressed surprise at GOP, talked foreign policy and didn’t lash out on reporters. Quite the change,” NBC News contributor Yamiche Alcindor wrote.
Was Biden’s press conference a ‘total disaster’?
President Biden spent most of 2021 avoiding press conferences, but he held one on Wednesday, which was panned as being a “total disaster.” The White House had high hopes for Biden’s press conference on Wednesday — hoping to paint the administration as a less-cloistered outfit that embraces the public and transparency.
Did Biden overpromise during his press conference?
“I didn’t overpromise,” he told reporters. President Joe Biden held a rare solo news conference Wednesday, recounting his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, the economy and the legislative agenda.
One commentor quipped, ‘Joe Biden didn’t do a press conference for months. We all understand the reason why.’
The ‘Unfiltered’ host breaks down Biden’s press conference Wednesday on ‘Fox News Primetime.’
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