He took the opportunity to make fun of reporters who inquired about the debt negotiating agreement before taking off in the chopper. People on the right and left disagree with it, so it’s unclear if it will pass or not. The reporters’ inquiries on the budget, however, were disregarded by Biden, who made fun of them and said they didn’t exist in the “real world.”
As described by Biden, it was a “bipartisan deal.”
“Will this be finished by June 5th?” asked the reporter.
Biden says, “Oh, yes.”
Journalist: “No question?”
The president said, “You people, you guys understand that you aren’t in the real world.There is no doubt; nothing prevents it from being finished by the fifth. We’ll see whether we get a vote in both Houses, I’m sure of it.”
He also made fun of their perception of talks and said it would be silly of him to bring it up before the vote.
Biden said, “I am not going to share it with you,” when asked what he would tell them. Then he added that “trying to portray the accord as a victory right now would be ludicrous. Progressive members of the House have criticized it, claiming that it would secure Republican-pushed budget cutbacks.”
“How about if the Democrats got 100% of this arrangement. Do you think that would aid in my passing it? Come on,” urged Biden.
“One of the questions that I hear a number of you asking is why doesn’t Biden express what an excellent deal it is,” he said. Why would Biden praise the agreement before the vote? Do you believe that will assist me in passing it? No. You guys don’t negotiate properly because of this.”
If he believes that anything he may say to the media might undermine this agreement, it is an acknowledgment that he is aware of how fragile it is. That’s also how Biden is; every time he is questioned, he must attack and attempt to denigrate the individuals who are asking the questions, even if they are simple ones like these. He is such a small-minded person. Even Nevertheless, the majority of reporters tolerate his treatment as trash and fail to criticize him for it.