At an event on Tuesday about the updated mask guidance issued by the CDC, cognitively-challenged President Joe Biden expressed concern he would “be in trouble” for going off script and taking too many questions from reporters.
After answering three questions from reporters and beginning to walk away from the podium, he stepped back briefly to address another question. “Look, I’m sorry. I’m going to — this is the last question I’ll take,” Biden said. “I’m really going to be in trouble.”
This isn’t the first time Biden has expressed concern that he could “get in trouble” for talking too long, answering too many questions, or saying what he really thinks about an issue. During his CNN town hall in February, he repeatedly noted he would “get in trouble” for his speech. “I’m going to get in trouble,” he lamented. “I was supposed to only talk two minutes in an answer.”
“I’m going to say something that’s going to get me in trouble,” he said at another point. “Which I couldn’t go through a whole show without doing that.”
Yet again, he said he could “get in trouble here” right before saying the White House was “a little like a gilded cage.”
Get in trouble with whom? Biden is the President of the United States — isn’t he?