Joe Biden abruptly ends Q&A session as he cuts off reporters ‘I’m going to get in trouble’

Joe Biden abruptly ends Q&A session with reporters

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Joe Biden held a short briefing on the North Lawn of the White House to tell reporters and the public the new rules on mask-wearing and to give an update of the CDC guidelines. But as the resident was leaving, reporters barraged Mr Biden with several questions about India to which he reluctantly returned to answer. However many picked up on the President’s concerns he may get “in trouble” for staying longer than he should with some believing Mr Biden’s aides may be limiting his time in the public to avoid any gaffes.

After delivering his speech outside the White House, reporters began shouting out several questions at Mr Biden ranging from mask-wearing, Vladimir Putin, and the crisis in India. 

Mr Biden took the time to return to the stand to answer the Indian question in depth which asked how the US will help the struggling nation. 

The sunglass-wearing Democrat returned to the microphone stand and told reporters: “I’m sorry, this is the last question I’m gonna take or I’m really gonna be in trouble.”

Some viewers questioned why the President made such a bizarre remark and who was it that Mr Biden would get in trouble with. 

One viewer wondered if it was Mr Biden’s handlers he was referring to who may be seeking to limit his time answering questions due to his history of gaffes. 

Mr Biden’s health has also been a major focus from the public as the President has appeared confused during several speeches and was seen falling on his way into Air Force One. 

In response to the reporter’s question, Mr Biden said: “With regards to India I spoke at length with [Indian Prime Minister].

“We are sending immediately a whole series of help that he needs including providing Remdesivir and other drugs that are able to deal with this and prevent and in some cases help recover.

“Secondly we are sending the mechanical parts needed for the machinery they have to build a vaccine. 

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“We’re also discussing when we will be able to send actual vaccines to India which will be my intention to do.

“The problem is right now we have to make sure other vaccines are coming on and I think we will be able to share vaccines and [knowledge] with other countries.”

The US joins China, the UK, Australia and several other major countries who are trying to help India tackle the new surge in Covid cases. 

India is the major supplier of vaccines to the world with many large manufacturers based in the country. 

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Vaccine exports from India were restricted in March so jabs could be used on their population meaning many countries have seen a fall in their dose supply. 

Countries are eager to solve India’s coronavirus crisis to restart exports and have been sending ventilators and oxygen to the struggling nation.

Some fear the US President is deliberately being withheld from public appearances as Mr Biden waited 65 days before taking questions from reporters – the longest of any president in 100 years. 

Mr Biden has suffered several gaffes since entering the White House with many questioning the health of the president.

In March, Mr Biden referred to Vice-president Kamala Harris as “President Harris” during a press conference.

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