Ex-White House Chief has spoken out and shared his worries about President Biden’s alleged decline.
As former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows insisted, the 46th US President’s “decline” is obvious due to his alleged lack of focus and failure to hold a press conference.
As Mr Meadows expressed, he is worried about Biden’s ability to lead the nation after he became the first president in the last one hundred years not to hold a press briefing for as long as seven weeks.
In an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity, Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan expressed concerns about who’s really calling the shots in the White House as he said “the American people deserve to know who’s making those decisions” after Biden left VP Kamala Harris in charge of certain foreign diplomacy talks.
Sharing his thoughts, Meadows made a bold claim saying “President Trump was more focused at 1 am in the morning than Joe Biden is in the afternoon at 1 pm.”
The allegations revolving around Biden’s alleged “decline” come after the President failed to address Congress and hold a solo press briefing.
Concerns about the President’s ability to lead have also been on the rise after his aides refused to let Biden answer reporters during his Tuesday visit to a Washington, DC hardware store.
“I mean, you start to look at this and you say, at what point are we going to start to have real communication from the White House?” Meadows added. “We all three got calls from him at 1 am in the morning sometimes.”
While President Biden is set to address the nation about the pandemic on Thursday, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki failed to provide an exact date of the president’s first press conference saying it will happen sometime by the end of this month.
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