Temper, Temper Joe, The President Loses His Cool. Question Hit Too Close To Home – WATCH


Before the President left for Chicogo to give his “Bidenomics” speech he answered some questions from the Press and it didn’t go well.

First Biden claimed that Putin is “losing the war in Iraq.” Then, Biden lost his cool when a question hit a little too close to home.

A reporter asked the President what “extent has Vladimir Putin been weakened by recent events?”

“It’s hard to tell, but he’s clearly losing the war in Iraq,” Biden said. “He’s losing the war at home.  And he has become a bit of a pariah around the world.  And it’s not just NATO; it’s not just the European Union.  It’s Japan.  It’s — it’s — you know, it’s 40 nations.”

Then the President was asked about Hunter Biden.

A reporter asked, “President Biden, how involved — President Biden, how involved were you in your son’s “Chinese shakedown” text message?  Were you sitting there?”

Biden said, “No, I wasn’t.  And I don’t —”

The reporter pressed asking, “Were you?”

Biden shot back yelling, “NO!”

The bribery scheme must have been on his mind because here was Joe said during his official speech on “Bidenomics.”

“I was on the Tibetan Plateau with Xi Jinping. I traveled 17,000 miles with him. I’ve spoken with him more than any other head of state because it started when I was vice president and President Hu was the president, and he was the vice president. We knew he was a su- — going to be successful,” Biden said.

“It was inappropriate for Barack to spend that time with him, but I — I spent a lot of time with him. I met alone with him, just he and I and a simultaneous interpreter, 68 times — 68 hours — 68 times, more than 68 hours. By the way, I turned in all my notes,” he added.

Dude is a couple of fries short of a Happy Meal.