Ryan E.
August 20, 2023

Biden Tells Press To Leave, Abruptly Ends Press Conference

When somebody asks me a question that I don't want to answer, I wish I had all of the options at my disposal that Joe Biden does.

Despite being one of the most corrupt and least honest and most confused and least trustworthy presidents that America has ever seen, he somehow always avoids taking responsibility for his actions.

At a recent press conference, Joe Biden recently unveiled a new strategy for what to do when being pressed on things he didn't want to talk about.

Simply end the press conference.

Except Joe didn't have the balls to simply man up and tell them to leave himself. No, instead, in an attempt to keep his carefully curated and completely false gentle grandpa image, he whispered to his staff to get rid of the people asking questions.

There was just one problem.

He didn't do it quietly enough.

The president was meeting with President Yoon Suk Yeol of the Republic of Korea and Prime Minister Kishida Fumio of Japan at Camp David Friday to talk about security concerns in the Pacific. When it came time for questions from the press, Biden just refused to engage, instead demanding that the press leave.

When asked for a comment or explanation of this bizarre scenario, the White House refused to comment.

"Politely ask the press to leave," Biden said to somebody off-camera. The broadcast then abruptly ended.

Joe Biden is going to need to start taking responsibility for his actions very soon. Republicans are getting closer and closer to the truth of the Biden family crimes.

Our president won't be able to simply "no comment" his problems away forever.

That day will hopefully come very soon.

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