Joe Biden sat down for a one-on-one interview with CBS’s Scott Pelley.
The “60 Minutes” interview, which aired Sunday evening, is Biden’s first one-on-one with an American outlet in more than 7 months.
Biden declared the Covid pandemic is over in his interview.
Joe Biden also told Scott Pelley that people disapprove of him because they are psychologically unable to be unhappy after the pandemic.
“Your approval rating in the country is well below 50% and I wonder why you think that is,” Scott Pelley said.
“It’s a really difficult time,” Biden said. “We’re in an inflection point in the history of this country. We’re gonna make decisions and we’re making decisions now that are gonna determine what we’re gonna look like 10 years from now.”
Biden continued, “The impact on the psyche of the American people as the consequence of the pandemic is profound…think of how that has changed everything – you know, people’s attitudes about themselves, their families about the state of the nation, about the state of their communities and so there is a lot of uncertainty out there.”
Biden: People disapprove of me because they are psychologically unable to be happy pic.twitter.com/syg1nNPtJw
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) September 19, 2022
We aren’t done yet, though. Biden was pressed on his fitness for office, and he delivered a line that perfectly illustrates why he’s not fit for office. Honestly, it’s art.
60 Min: "What do you think of people who say you are unfit for the job of president?"
Biden: "Watch me… The proof of the pudding is in the eating." pic.twitter.com/zprca33lLi
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) September 19, 2022
When the president says “watch me,” does he not realize we all have been watching him since he took office and we definitively don’t like what we see? Perhaps Biden has deluded himself to the point where he truly believes he’s done a good job, and if so, he should definitely spend a little more time outside of Delaware.
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