Joe Biden has held media interviews only 43 times since his White House residency, as of Nov. 2, 2022.
In comparison, at this same point during their terms in office, here are the number of media interviews for these presidents:
🔹Ronald Reagan: 97 Note that Reagan more than doubled the number of Biden’s interviews despite being shot in the lung in an assassination attempt shortly after he took office.
🔹George H.W. Bush: 94
🔹Bill Clinton: 89
🔹George W. Bush: 84
🔹Barack Obama: 236
🔹Donald J. Trump: 143
Since October 1980, I have met and interviewed Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, the latter two after their presidencies.
If I had the opportunity to ask current White House resident Joe Biden just 10 questions without the use of his teleprompter, these are what I would ask in this order.
1. Is the first and most important priority of the president of the United States to protect the safety and security of Americans?
2. How does this priority play into your illegal immigration stance and virtual neglect of the alien, crime, human and drug invasion on our southern border and other ports of entry?
3. Who is your boss? Barack Obama, Susan Rice, Valerie Jarrett or George Soros?
4. Who is their boss?
5. Should politicians like you use powerful government positions to enrich themselves and their families? Isn’t that pure abuse of power that should be investigated and/or prosecuted?
6. Why is your administration blatantly ignoring federal law when it comes to keeping illegal migrants out of America and covid mandates?
7. Why did the Obama-Biden Administration separate children from parents at the border and keep them in enclosures, cages?
8. Why is the Biden/Harris Administration doing worse than the Obama/Biden policies who gave the U.S. economy the slowest economic recovery in seventy years?
9. As vice president, why did you take so many trips to stay at rental houses owned by Judge Emmet Sullivan?
10. What is your response as to why you inappropriately touch and sniff children in public so often?
What question would you ask?
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