On April 27, President Joe Biden cut short press remarks to reporters outside the White House and said answering more questions would get him in “trouble.”
After Biden gave a brief address on the North Lawn about the new federal health guidelines for mask-wearing vaccinated Americans, he proceeded to answer a few questions from the assembled group of White House correspondents.
One of the reporters asked if he had any preconditions before meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, and Biden responded, “I will discuss that another day.”
He was about to leave when another reporter asked about the crisis in India, where the number of newly diagnosed coronavirus infections has skyrocketed and is increasing every day.
“I’m sorry,” Biden answered. “This is the last question I’ll take, and I’m really gonna be in trouble.”
His response ignited many suspicions that he is being controlled and shielded from the press by his “handlers.”
It wasn’t evident what Biden meant with his statement.
However, people are very eager to know how the United States President would get in trouble by simply answering the reporters’ questions. After all, isn’t that part of the job?