By this time in their Presidential careers, all previous American Presidents have given numerous press-releases. I mean, normally, you would expect a newly elected president to be charismatic, energetic, and enthusiastic to explain his plans and future goals….
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Well, that’s just not the case with our new “basement Joe” Biden.
And former Press Secretary, Kayleigh McEnany stated in a Fox News interview that she sounded the alarm, particularly on this subject, but no one cared and listened at the time.
“I actually warned some of the reporters there in the press corps,” McEnany begun. “In the waning days of the Trump administration, he didn’t do as much press availabilities every day as he walked to Marine One or those press conferences.”
As a former Press Secretary, she is the right person to do this kind of analysis and deserves for her opinion to be respected.
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“I said to the correspondents, ‘You’re getting a little taste of what it will be like in the Biden administration,’” McEnany added. “I said I wouldn’t expect to see much of him. We haven’t. We’re still waiting on that solo press conference, we’re still waiting for the day, apparently by the end of the month. You’ll recall… the ‘basement strategy’ is what he employed on the campaign trail,” she stated“He went something like 50 days and he only took questions twice. And when he did, they were hand-picked questions.”
“I think his staff does not have faith that he can stand at the podium and have a press conference the way President Trump did many times,” she said. “I don’t think this is President Biden saying, ‘I don’t want to do this. I think it’s those around him recognizing when he does speak, it doesn’t always turn out so well, like calling Republicans ‘Neanderthals,’ as he did recently in the Oval Office.”