President Biden has already eclipsed the record for the number of days after taking office without holding a press conference:
President Biden setting a new record for most days in office without a press conference, and it’s not even close https://t.co/lErfSWeMTN
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) March 3, 2021
White House press secretary Jen Psaki was asked about that today, and this was her answer:
Jen Psaki says Biden presser will be in "coming weeks" and "before the end of the month" but blames pandemic for delay.
— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) March 5, 2021
.@PressSec says that President Biden will hold a full press conference by the end of the month:
"We're working on setting a final date for that." pic.twitter.com/vxAYqcP4Qe
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) March 5, 2021
Is there anything that Covid-19 is not at least a partial excuse for when it comes to this administration?
"Pandemic delay" will be the mantra for his whole term. https://t.co/3VfkFa5BJm
— ??? ? ????? (@choulth) March 5, 2021
Blames pandemic??? He has the vaccine and she can hold a press conference but the president can’t because of the “pandemic” cmon man !!
— Jerry O’Day (@meatstacker) March 5, 2021
Why the delay?
Why do they have to "work on it"… https://t.co/OVRqEjDrua
— Ronperk (@ronperk643) March 5, 2021
"We're working on it"? HUH?
— Paul Sikora (@pcsikora) March 5, 2021
Maybe Team Biden will want to spend a great deal of time writing the questions they’ll give a short list of approved reporters to ask.