"C'mon, gimme a break man" Joe Biden snaps at AP reporter after asked about his COVID-19 vaccine plan
It’s only his second day in the White House and president Joe Biden is already tired.
On Thursday, while signing executive orders concerning the anti-COVID-19 measures, Associated Press reporter asked Biden a question and received a quick backfire from the new leader of the nation.
AP reporter Zeke Miller addressed Biden with a question about his announce plan to have 100 million Americans to get vaccinated within the 100 days of his presidency. Fox News report, Miller asked if the bar should be set "higher" to encourage even more Americans to get vaccinated.
What did President Biden answer?
"When I announced it, you all said it was not possible," Biden told Miller. "C'mon, gimme a break man."
Give me a break? Really? The 46th President has obvious issues with communicating to journalists and reporters. This is a habit he developed still during his campaign when he had to dodge the questions about him and his whole family involved in dirty things.
Biden, asked if 100 million vaccines within 100 days is too low of a goal, snaps: “When I announced it you all said it wasn’t possible. Gimme a break. C’mon man.” pic.twitter.com/O7n7jBOjvn— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) January 21, 2021
"It's a good start, 100 million," the president added before walking away from reporters.Right, why to talk to the reporters when you can simply get up and proudly walk away like you don't hear them.
Right, why to talk to the reporters when you can simply get up and walk away proudly like you don't hear them.