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January 1, WATCH: Biden’s Sarcastic Exchange with Reporters Raises Eyebrows



1945: Potsdam Conference – Harry Truman, Joseph Stalin, and Winston Churchill hold 1st post-World War II meeting.

During a recent NATO meeting with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky, President Biden’s irritation with the press became evident as he delivered sarcastic remarks to reporters while they were being escorted out of the room.

This incident added to a growing list of instances where the President has openly expressed his disdain for members of the press.

The tense exchange transpired during a gathering of the leaders and their cabinets at the NATO summit in Vilenskyy, Lithuania.

The main focus of the conversation was Ukraine’s potential admission into NATO, a topic on which Biden offered assurances to Zelensky.

Biden stated, “I hope we finally have put to bed the notion about whether or not Ukraine is welcome in NATO. It’s going to happen.”

Following these comments, the President’s annoyance with the press was unmistakably revealed.

“Any rate, I thank you, and we got a lot to talk about. So, somebody is going to have to say, ‘The press has to leave.’”

This command, thinly veiled as a suggestion, was met with laughter by the crowd in the room.

When a reporter questioned Zelensky about his satisfaction with the outcomes from NATO, Zelensky responded, “I think, at the end of summit, we — we have great unity from our leaders and security guarantees… that the success for this summit. I think so, but it’s my opinion. Thank you.”

Despite repeated instructions for the media to exit, another reporter asked Zelensky about his preferred timeline for joining NATO post-war.

The President interjected at this point, responding with a dismissive comment, “An hour and 20 minutes,” before adding sarcastically, “You guys ask really insightful questions!”

Zelensky chuckled at Biden’s jab, signaling an end to the questioning as the press finally left the room.

Bottom Line

This incident serves as another example of President Biden’s contentious relationship with the press.

Notable past instances include when he told CNN reporter Kaitlin Collins she was in the “wrong business” after a question about Russian leader Vladimir Putin, and his confrontational exchange with Fox News reporter Peter Doocy about inflation.

The President’s repeated criticisms of reporters raises concerns about his attitude towards the role of free press in democratic discourse.

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  1. Willie1955

    July 17, 2023 at 6:47 am

    Its to be expected from Hitler 2.0.The guy is fine with softball questions like what flavor of ice cream he prefers but ask him a question about his tanking ratings or something of importance the guy can’t handle it. He has no idea what his job is, other than being totally corrupt and in dementia by far the worst president this country has had. Even Carter is a top 10 president compared to buffoon biden.

    • Terry Wood

      July 17, 2023 at 11:04 am

      I was thinking just the other night that Jimmy Carter would be an acceptable replacement for this clown. Biden out Carter in.

  2. graceythecat

    July 17, 2023 at 8:08 am

    when he told CNN reporter Kaitlin Collins she was in the “wrong business” it is like the kettle calling the pot black, dementia jo biden crime family boss,is in the wrong position, he needs to be the czar of Afghanistan where he belongs.

  3. The Rebel

    July 17, 2023 at 10:42 am

    America needs a real President————————–not a dumb@$$ being a puppet for the undocumented racist #44 who is now serving his 3rd illegal term !!!!

  4. DeploraBill

    July 17, 2023 at 10:48 am

    I have no sympathy for the MSM. They allowed Joe to duck out of interviews and pressers and stay in his basement. They didn’t demand anything from him. So they get what they deserve.

  5. john

    July 17, 2023 at 4:54 pm

    I guess the lame stream media is going to have to ask themselves, do we want to keep covering for this lying, corrupt president and lose any credibility we have left or do we go after him and the truth and have him treat us even more dismissively than Trump ever did?

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