The White House raised eyebrows on Wednesday, suddenly cutting a feed of virtual reality events after President Biden said he was “willing to accept questions” from Democratic lawmakers.
Accompanying House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif and the Democratic House of Representatives, Biden told lawmakers on the topic of ongoing COVID mitigation and vaccine rollout. He closed the speech, urging Democrats to help. “Restoring faith” in government
He is then ready to ask questions.
“I am happy to ask the question, is that what I should do? Nance,” Biden told the speaker. “Anything you want me to do”;
BIDEN said TEXAS and MississIPPI reached ‘NEANDERTHAL THINKING’ over COVID elevation restrictions.
The feed ended seconds later, after the president paused.
The White House did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
While Biden is ready to take questions from lawmakers, the president has faced growing criticism for not holding a formal press conference in the seven weeks since his inauguration.
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The rare instances in which Biden poses questions are often limited to questions from pre-selected journalists.