White House Staff Embarrasses Biden Again

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Joe Biden’s cognition and the way White House staff shields him from a questions was on full display when the president visited the swing state of Michigan on Thursday.  

Local media wrote that “Biden’s visit comes at the end of his two day Midwest swing hoping to mobilize diverse voters and autoworkers across the state.

Biden was joined by Congressman Dan Kildee and Saginaw’s mayor Brenda Moore talking with voters at a house in Saginaw. The campaign stop was part of the Biden campaign’s ‘I’m on Board’ Month of Action hoping to mobilize diverse voters in Saginaw County and across the state. Both of which were narrowly won back by Biden in 2020 after democrats lost them in 2016.”

 It did much more than that, however, and the actions of the presidential staff only proved to be embarrassing for both the president and the compliant press that follows him around, Fox News reported

Biden visited Saginaw on Thursday to push his re-election campaign and speak to volunteers supporting his bid to retain the White House. The trip included a visit to a 131-year-old Victorian mansion owned by members of the Saginaw City Council and Saginaw Public Schools Board of Education.

At the mansion, Biden stood on the porch with his back to members of the press when he could be heard saying, “Can I take a couple questions?”

A woman in a Biden-Harris jacket said, “We’re going to take a few questions,” whereupon staff immediately started putting their arms up and walking toward the press gaggle, loudly repeating, “Thank you, press, back to the cars.” 

A video of the moment was posted on X, and a swarm of comments blasting Biden’s team followed

The Biden campaign has been fighting accusations that the president is not in charge for some time, but over the past few months, Biden’s age has come to the forefront. 

Last month, Special Counsel Robert Hur wrote seven words that should end the Biden presidency, according to New Conservative Post, when he wrote that the president is “well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory.”

The White House has pushed back on the topic by dropping a new ad casting Biden’s age as a strength. 

A large majority of Americans believe that Biden is too old to be president.

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