The New York Times Is FURIOUS With Joe Biden, Find Out Why...

By Tommy Wilson | Sunday, 28 April 2024 11:10 PM
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In a recent statement, The New York Times expressed its discontent with President Biden's apparent reluctance to engage with the media, asserting that the President has evaded more inquiries than any of his predecessors.

The statement, titled "A Statement From The New York Times on Presidential News Coverage," urged President Biden to engage with "major independent news organizations that millions of Americans rely on to understand their government." The Times emphasized the necessity of such interactions to hold the President accountable.

The New York Times wrote, "For anyone who understands the role of the free press in a democracy, it should be troubling that President Biden has so actively and effectively avoided questions from independent journalists during his term." The statement went on to highlight the importance of the press in providing insights into the President's thought process and worldview, which allows the public to evaluate his performance and hold him accountable.

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The Times further noted, "Mr. Biden has granted far fewer press conferences and sit-down interviews with independent journalists than virtually all of his predecessors." The paper acknowledged its attempts to secure an on-the-record interview with Mr. Biden, a practice it has maintained with all presidents for over a century. The Times stated, "If the president chooses not to sit down with The Times because he dislikes our independent coverage, that is his right, and we will continue to cover him fully and fairly either way."

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The statement also revealed that during meetings with Vice President Harris and other administration officials, the publisher of The Times, Mr. Sulzberger, emphasized a higher principle. He argued that consistently avoiding interviews and questions from major news organizations not only undermines an important norm but also sets a risky precedent that future presidents can exploit to evade scrutiny and accountability.

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The Times concluded by urging the White House to arrange for the President to sit down with other major independent news organizations, including The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, Reuters, and CNN.

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President Biden has also faced criticism for his apparent lack of interest in debating the presumptive GOP nominee, Donald Trump. Despite Biden's recent claim of openness to debating the former president, he has yet to commit to participating in any of the official debates for a general presidential election.

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