Biden stumbles through first press briefing with vague answers, blames border crisis on Trump.
Joe Biden stumbled through his first press briefing since taking office and only called on a pre-selected list of friendly reporters.
They had to give him a list of the reporters...— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) March 25, 2021
He kicked off Thursday’s briefing by setting a new goal of administering 200 million COVID-19 shots in his first 100 days. The Democrat made no mention of President Trump’s Operation Warp Speed, however, which facilitated the vaccine.
Biden also falsely claimed the U.S. has been doing a better job of vaccine distribution than any other country.
When grilled by reporters about the border crisis, Biden continued to blame Trump, the weather and the fact that he is a “nice guy.”
PBS explains away border crisis as a positive - caused because so many migrants simply trust Biden as a kind, generous, and noble leader who will take care of their kids.— Chanel Rion OAN (@ChanelRion) March 25, 2021
Biden flattered so many are crossing border because he's "such a nice guy." @OANN #bidenpressconference pic.twitter.com/oZkEdB0Xkz
Biden said he doesn’t want to go to the border because it will cause too much of a stir. He also noted the media ban will end when he can implement his plan, which he failed to outline.