Al Roker Attempts To Interview Biden, Turns Into Massive Slur-Fest

By Javier Sanchez | Wednesday, 03 April 2024 04:10 PM
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On Monday, President Joe Biden engaged in a brief interview with Al Roker prior to the White House's Easter egg roll event.

The event has raised questions among some observers, who question the appropriateness of calling it an "Easter egg roll" when religious designs were explicitly excluded from the egg design art contest, thereby eliminating any explicit recognition of the religious significance of the day.

During the interview, Roker asked Biden about his message to the American people regarding the importance of voting. This question provided Biden with an opportunity to campaign, a move that some critics argue reveals a bias in the network's coverage. They argue that equal time should be given to Republicans. Biden's response to the question was criticized by some as being unclear and difficult to understand.

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Biden stated, "I think people are going to surprise people again. They're gonna engage. The overwhelming response when we're out on the road." He then claimed that his campaign had received "tens of thousands of people who contribute $5, $10 a pop." However, data suggests that the number of small donors to Biden's campaign has decreased since 2020, with former President Trump leading in this area, receiving 61 percent of their respective donations compared to Biden's 38 percent.

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Biden further claimed that "people are just so tired of the negativity." This statement was met with criticism from those who argue that Biden himself has contributed to a negative political climate by attacking and demonizing millions of Americans who support his political opponents.

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When asked about the significance of opening up the White House for the Easter egg roll event, Biden's response was criticized as being incoherent. He attempted to convey that the White House is the "people's house."

Roker also asked Biden about the state of the economy, a topic that has been a source of concern for many Americans. Rather than acknowledging these concerns, Biden asserted, "We have the best economy in the world." This statement was met with skepticism by those who argue that many Americans are feeling the financial strain under his administration.

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Biden also addressed the ongoing health crisis, stating, "We're gonna find out that what happened as a consequence of the crisis we had in health is gonna have a lasting effect, and we just gotta get people to move again." Critics argue that this statement is an attempt to shift blame for the current economic situation onto the pandemic, rather than acknowledging the impact of his own policies.

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Finally, when asked about his favorite memory from the White House, Biden initially stated that it was having his children jump in bed with him, before correcting himself to say it was his grandchildren. This response raised eyebrows among some observers, given ongoing questions about his family and his interactions with children. Biden has seven grandchildren, including Navy Roberts, but there is no public record of him having met her.

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