Joe Biden stopped to chat with reporters on the South Lawn Friday afternoon as he left for another weekend getaway in Delaware.
Since being inaugurated in January 2021, Joe Biden has spent more than 40% of his presidency on vacations, according to the New York Post.
Biden turned incoherent when asked by a reporter if he planned to visit Palestine, east of Ohio, after the train derailment and poisoning disaster.
Joe Biden flew all the way to Ukraine to offer more military aid to Volodymyr Zelensky, but he refused to visit East Palestine.
Trump delivered water, goods and food to residents of eastern Palestine while Biden provided more military aid to Zelensky while he was in Ukraine.
“Are you planning to travel to East Palestine?” a journalist asked Joe Biden.
Biden couldn’t string a sentence together.
“Not at the moment. I, I made a whole video, I mean, uh, you know, uh, what the hell? In Zoom. “Every time I think about Zoom, I hear my generation’s song, ‘Who’s Zoomin’ Who?’,” Biden said.
Biden defended his administration’s slow response to the poisoning disaster.
This guy is totally fired up and he’s leading us to nuclear Armageddon.
Question: “Are you planning to travel to East Palestine?”
BIDEN: “Not at this moment. I, I made a whole video, I mean, uh, you know, uh, what the hell? In Zoom. Whenever I think of Zoom, I hear the song of my generation, ‘Who’s Zoomin’?’ pic.twitter.com/tFo4zHhEkk
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