Joe Biden may be the most protected president in American history. But we’re not talking about the Secret Service, but his own family and handlers whenever he gets near a reporter.
While on a stroll near his home in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware with his granddaughter Naomi, Joe Biden was whisked away from those pesky reporters who want to know what the president is up to. Watch:
“One of the things that you may recall that I initiated was the international flat tax,” Biden said. “Now, we’ve got some 140 nations to sign on”…
“Nope,” a handler says. “Like no more. No more questions…”
“I’m coming,” Biden snapped.
“This is my son Beau’s oldest daughter,” he added. “She’s trying to tell me, dad, grandpa, pop, keep going.”
“What did you guys do for Father’s Day?” a reporter asked.
“We had dinner,” Naomi said.
“We all hung out together,” someone else added.
“It was really fun,” Naomi replied. “And we did puzzles.”
“What did you buy the first lady…” the reporter tried to ask.
“Alright,” the handler said before whisking the president and his family away.
Meanwhile, there are new recession fears looming amid rampant inflation and skyrocketing gas prices. And the president is doing puzzles and taking bike rides at his weekend getaway in Delaware, where he is falling down in the most embarrassing fashion. And Biden recently admitted that when it comes to making important decisions, his team effectively ‘makes up his mind’ for him.
President Joe Biden is on pace to spend more time away from the White House than any of his recent predecessors, the Washington Examiner reported in June. Biden has spent more than a quarter of his first year in office in Delaware, usually on weekends.
“Every time I get a chance, I go home to Delaware. You think I’m joking. I’m not,” Biden said in February.