Biden humiliates America in Europe: President again issues notes at press conference

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President Biden made it clear once again that he was not the one calling for shots during his administration’s trip to an emergency NATO meeting in Brussels, Belgium on Thursday.

In the end, Biden answered questions after dodging them during the conference, but only after pulling out a sticky note and announcing that he would call pre-scheduled reporters.

“Because there are so many people out there and I was given a list,” he said. “Now, what about Chris of the Associated Press?”

Awkward. Just as awkward as when he asked a reporter “who are you?”

Biden has previously avoided taking any unanswered questions from anyone. He is believed to be the only world leader to have done so.

Fox News’ Jacqui Heinrich reports that the White House press has pulled back stops to prevent him from answering questions.

“The press grouped tried to ask President Biden a question as he went to the G7 leaders to pose for a photo with the Prime Minister of Japan,” Heinrich reported. “The White House official brushed it off, saying ‘no no no no’.”

Watch as the White House press scrambles to stop him from answering questions:

When the president arrived in Belgium, reporters threw questions at the president, but he was quick to dismiss them.

She previously reported that Biden is the only world leader who “has not stopped speaking to the press so far”.

Another Biden embarrassment on the world stage. Biden humiliates America in Europe: President again issues notes at press conference

Jake Nichol

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