CBS News reports:
President Biden will hold his first press conference as president on March 25, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Tuesday. The news comes after questions from reporters and urging from critics that he do so. By this point in their presidencies, former Presidents Trump and Obama had held some form of a press conference. When Mr. Biden holds his first press conference, he’s sure to face questions on the situation at the southern border, the possibility of an infrastructure package, vaccines and more.
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**Husband & wife sit down at the kitchen table**
H: “So we just got $2,800.”
W: “And we got a vaccine faster than expected.”
H: “Right, and our kids’ school just got money to reopen faster.”
W: “But I can’t shake the feeling that Biden isn’t holding enough press conferences.”
— Zac Petkanas (@Zac_Petkanas) March 14, 2021
He didn’t tweet. He didn’t call into morning shows. And no, he didn’t hold a single press conference. And guess what– in fewer than 50 days, Biden passed a transformative piece of legislation that’ll deliver relief to hundreds millions of Americans.
I’d say he’s doing it right.
— Brian Tyler Cohen (@briantylercohen) March 13, 2021
1.) He’s been busy.
2.) Nobody in America gives a sh*t
3.) If Fox News cares, you shouldn’t.https://t.co/PES6N2hvdt
— Kurt Bardella (@kurtbardella) March 16, 2021