Although 2022 might have started a few weeks ago, today was the first time President Joe Biden held a press conference this year. Among the topics focused on, Biden spoke about the tensions between Russia, the rise of inflation that hit a 40-year high, the Democrat’s favorite – COVID-19, and hopes for bipartisanship. While the speech was the usual notes from the Biden administration, when it came time for questions, Newsmax’s James Rosen had a chance to ask the President a question, and he definitely didn’t disappoint.
Rosen stated, “I’d like to raise a delicate subject, but with the utmost respect for life accomplishments and the office you hold. A poll released this morning by Politico Morning Consult found 49% of registered voters disagreeing with the statement, ‘Joe Biden is mentally fit.’ Not even a majority of Democrats who responded strongly affirmed that statement.”
President Biden would scoff at the question before it was even asked, but still Rosen continued as in the video, featured above, he said, “So the question I have for you if you’d let me finish, is why do you suppose such large segments of the American electorate have come to harbor such profound concerns about your cognitive fitness?”
Having no answer to give the American people or Newsmax, Biden would casually admit, “I have no idea” before switching over to the next reporter.
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