President Joe Biden was recently cut mid-sentence during his recent live stream briefing after he chose to go off-script, explained reports.
Local media outlets confirmed the news, adding how the President’s remarks or comments were out of the blue and not something that he was scheduled to say. But wait, what did the President actually end up saying that resulted in that extreme behavior.
Well, everything appeared to be going well when all of a sudden, Biden deterred off his main topic which was the raging wildfires in Boise, Idaho. The disasters resulting in the fires were definitely a matter of concern but soon, it was observed that the President had other things on his mind.
Instead of focusing on the disasters that entailed the western parts of the US, Biden decided to turn his attention towards the George Geissler of the National Association of State Foresters.
Moreover, the President suddenly took out a moment to mention, “May I ask you a question?” And that was when a reply from Geissler comprising of ‘of course’ could be heard.
Soon, Biden mentions ‘One of the things that I have been working on with a few others is…’ and that’s when he gets cut off. Yes, both of his video and his audio coverage stopped to point-blank without any form of warning being given out to viewers.
The live stream also comprised of a complete translation by one American Sign Language interpreter. Soon the screen became replaced with a ‘thank you for joining’ message which certainly made things so bizarre for so many people.
Moreover, the clip soon turned into a viral affair after it was recently posted on Twitter by one member of the research arm who comprised the National Committee of Republicans.
But the news of this kind wasn’t too shocking for many people who claim they’re used to seeing Biden go off track, quite frequently. However, what is alarming is how the incident occurs just days after a recent report spoke about how so many White House staffers refuse to listen to the President speak because they fear he will go off track easily.