The Biden administration continues to try and protect Biden.
While at the G20 summit, Biden took some questions from reporters.
Of course, it was only from a pre-approved list of reporters.
President Joe Biden once again appeared to call on a pre-approved list of reporters after meeting with the press following the G20 summit in Rome.
On Sunday, Biden discussed meeting with other world leaders in Rome to enact climate change initiatives. After his talk, he opened the floor to questions but admitted that he was told to start with the Associated Press.
“And now Iâ€™m happy to take some questions. And Iâ€™m told I should start with AP, Zeke Miller,” Biden said.
This wasn’t Biden’s first time.
The same interaction continued in August when Biden took questions for the first time following the Kabul terror attacks that killed more than a dozen U.S. servicemen.
“Ladies and gentlemen, they gave me a list here. The first person I was instructed to call on was Kelly O’Donnell from NBC,” Biden said.
Biden’s handlers need him taking questions from pre-approved reporters.
They know that if they let anyone ask questions Biden would be exposed.
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