He lost his train of thought, assuming he had one. He forgot some of the questions that were asked. He continually flipped through a notebook, strange to see among past commanders in chief, and read prepared answers.
What an ugly scene was Joe Biden’s first presidential press conference.
Here’s an example of what I’m talking about.
After PBS reporter Yamiche Alcindor asked a question about the Joe Biden-caused crisis on the border, he seemed to lose the moment. After speaking for about four minutes, he said: “And the other thing we’re doing, I might add,” before stalling. “Am I giving you too long of an answer?”
When was the last time you can remember a president asking a reporter that question?!
He continued, “Because if you don’t want the detail. … I don’t know how much detail you want about immigration,” he continued, going on to say, “Maybe I’ll stop there.”
Maybe that’s good. Talk about someone who is unsure of himself, self-conscious on stage, hesitant, doubtful, uncertain, shaky.
But it didn’t stop there, unfortunately.
After answering Alcindor’s question on migrants, Biden needed to be reminded again about the filibuster query. THE FILIBUSTER QUESTION! He needed to be reminded. Democrats are plotting a way to abolish the Senate rule requiring 60 members to end debate and move to a vote.
Ahh, what’s the question again?
“I have never been particularly poor at calculating h