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President Biden once again says he's 'going to get in real trouble' if he takes one more question

President Biden’s weird. Back in May, Biden told the press, “You guys are bad. I’m not supposed to be answering all these questions. I’m supposed to leave.” And when he does stick around to take a question or two, he has a habit of saying he’s going to get in trouble. With whom, exactly? It’s the kind of thing that led Sen. Jim Risch to ask who at the White House has the authority to cut off President Biden’s mic.


As Twitchy reported, Biden made an appearance Saturday morning to celebrate the passage of the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill with the help of 13 Republicans, and once again he told reporters he was going to be in real trouble if he took one more question.


Is the president being bullied by the first lady?


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