Biden Is Slammed After His ‘Rambling’ First Press Conference In 78 Days

On Wednesday, Joe Biden delivered a marathon press conference to reset his presidency. He vowed to re-connect with voters while touting successes in a speech that his critics called rambling and incoherent.

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‘I didn’t overpromise, but I have probably outperformed what anybody thought would happen,’ he said.

‘Can you think of any other president that’s done as much in one year?’ “, Biden said, referring to the struggle against COVID-19 and the trillions of dollars of government funding invested to save the US economy from pandemic complications.

‘I don’t think there’s been much on any incoming president’s plate that’s been a bigger menu than the plate I had given to me’

‘The fact of the matter is, we got a lot done.’

Many of his critics pointed out that he has presided over the highest inflation in 40 years, empty supermarket shelves due to supply chain problems, as well as a larger number of COVID deaths in 2021 than there were in 2020 (446,000).

Additionally, they pointed to the chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan in August, as well as the fact that Biden made a number of damaging mistakes during his remarks, which his aides were scrambling to correct.

Biden spoke on the anniversary of his inauguration as he held the second White House press conference of his presidency – surprising many by remaining on stage for an hour and 52 minutes.

As reported by the media, the exchange went on even longer than Donald Trump’s many press conferences. There were many long pauses in Biden’s presser as the 79-year-old struggled to formulate thoughts and recall minor details.

Biden rejected criticism regarding his handling of the pandemic and soaring inflation in turns combative, joking, and meandering.

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His reply was brief and dismissal when asked about his approval ratings, which have slipped into the low 40 percent range.

‘I don’t believe the polls,’ he said.

After taking over for Trump, Biden admitted to missteps, citing “a year of challenges.”.

These included the fact that he ‘didn’t anticipate’ the fierceness of Republican opposition to his agenda in Congress.

In regards to COVID testing, which continues to struggle to meet demand, he stated that “we should have done it quicker.”

Biden said he understands the frustration over steadily rising prices, which he blamed on COVID-related supply chain problems.

On getting inflation under control he said it will be ‘hard and take a lot of work.’

‘It’s going to be painful for a lot of people,’ he said, noting that people are feeling it ‘at the gas pump, the grocery stores and elsewhere.’

Fox News host Tucker Carlson, who hosts the number one show at 8 p.m., was among the harshest critics of the speech.

‘Outperformed. Well, it’s true, actually. Outperform – meaning more Americans have died from coronavirus on my watch than under evil anti-science Cheeto man; which isn’t easy you dog-faced, pony soldier. Stick that in your hat and smoke it,’ Carlson said.

‘It got weirder from there.

‘Biden talked about his so-called voting rights legislation, which only Nazis oppose. Without that legislation, the next election will almost certainly be fraudulent, rigged, illegitimate, stolen.

‘See how that works? If you complain about an election after the fact, you’re an insurrectionist. The Justice Department may indict you for sedition. But if you complain about an election ahead of time preemptively, then you’re a civil rights leader. There’s a difference, Mr. Man. Learn it. Love it, live it.

‘Biden went on to boast under his steady, wise leadership, peasants in this country have gotten ‘raises.’ Now, he didn’t mention that inflation has already eaten those raises in a single bite, and next year’s raises too. But no one in the press corps bothered to ask anyway.

‘Biden did allow that there are some Americans who are ‘frustrated and fatigued,’ but that is not his fault. It’s COVID’s fault, a disease created by unvaccinated Trump voters and not – we want to be clear about this – not created by his family’s longtime patrons in the government of China. They had nothing to do with it. You did it.

‘In any case, the solution, Biden explained, is more testing and more shots. That’s why he plans to send a COVID test to every American household and force every last holdout to get the vaccine,’ Carlson concluded.

In response to the rising tension in Ukraine, Biden was asked what he thought about it.

If Moscow invades, he warned Putin that his country would suffer a ‘dear price’ in lives lost and the possibility of being cut off from the international banking system.

Interestingly, he also raised eyebrows – and angered Ukraine – by suggesting that Russia would receive a lesser response if his country engaged in a ‘minor incursion.’

‘My guess is he will move in,’ Biden said in reference to Putin invading the nation.

‘He has to do something.

‘Russia will be held accountable if it invades – and it depends on what it does.

‘It’s one thing if it’s a minor incursion and we end up having to fight about what to do and what to not do, et cetera.

‘But if they actually do what they’re capable of doing, it is going to be a disaster for Russia if they further invade Ukraine.’

He later clarified that he was speaking about a non-military action, such as a cyberattack, that would also elicit a reciprocal response, and that if Russian forces crossed the Ukrainian border, killing Ukrainian soldiers, “that changes everything.”.
He was criticized for his remarks.

‘I am cringing at the thought of Putin hearing this press conference with Biden,’ former President Trump’s UN ambassador Nikki Haley said.

‘Never show your cards. Especially when your cards aren’t good.’

Trump also weighed in on Biden’s disastrous press conference during an interview with Mark Levin.

Democrats were shocked as well.

Obama’s former senior adviser, David Axelrod, said: ‘Language around Russia and Ukraine will get a lot of scrutiny. Did he suggest a ‘minor’ incursion would draw a less vigorous response?’

Matthew Chance, CNN’s senior international correspondent, reported from Moscow that Ukrainian sources had been shocked by Biden’s statements.

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‘Kiev is stunned by what Biden had to say,’ Chance said.

He said many believed Biden gave Putin a ‘green light’ to invade.

Within minutes of the press conference, Biden’s team backpedaled.

‘President Biden has been clear with the Russian President: If any Russian military forces move across the Ukrainian border, that’s a renewed invasion, and it will be met with a swift, severe, and united response from the United States and our Allies,’ said White House press secretary Jen Psaki.

Levin’s interview with Trump continued.