Biden to hold first White House news conference in months: Psaki
Joe Biden will hold his second White House news conference next Wednesday to kick off his second year in office.
Joe Biden has not given a press conference in several months.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki made the announcement Friday.
“Another bit of news for all of you, and we’ll have more in the next week, hopefully the next few days,” Psaki announced. “But next Wednesday, the president will give a formal press conference at 4:00 in the afternoon. So we look forward to seeing you there and to the press and we look forward to speaking directly with the American people.”
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.@PrensaSec:: “Next Wednesday the president will give a formal press conference at 4 in the afternoon. So we look forward to seeing you there and the president looks forward to speaking directly with the American people.” pic.twitter.com/VLCgSbU48p
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Joe Biden’s first press conference last March was a colossal catastrophe.
Biden lied throughout the statement and laughed and mocked President Trump.
Joe Biden also read a list of pre-approved reporters and had to read talking points from his briefing folder on each foreign policy question.