Biden Torched When Pictures Reveal What He Was Doing After Psaki Claimed His Schedule Was 'Packed'


President Joe Biden is being criticized after pictures revealed some of what he did while his public schedule was largely empty.

During a press briefing on Tuesday, a reporter noted Biden had “nothing on his schedule today aside from the [President’s Daily Brief.]

She asked White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, “Can you shed any light on how he’s spending his day?”

“Well, let’s see. This morning, I think he had some policy meetings, also a PDB meeting.  He, later this afternoon, I think, is doing some remarks review,” Psaki responded. “There are some days that we spend some time doing internal meetings and discussions with policy experts, with policy leaders, and that’s what’s happening today.”

She added, “He would say he doesn’t have nearly enough time — of free time on his schedule because it is packed no matter whether people see him or not.”

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Later, the White House account tweeted, “Today, [Biden] visited a local business, Honey Made, and met with the store’s owner. While he was out, [Biden] also chatted with Capitol Learning Academy students, spoke with Marines outside of Marine Barracks, and had a quick treat at Jeni’s Ice Creams.”

Conservatives ripped into the president:

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Biden did take time to answer some questions from reporters about concerns that Russia will invade Ukraine.

He said it is a “little bit like reading tea leaves” trying to determine if Russian President Vladimir Putin will decide to launch an invasion.

“There will be enormous consequences if he were to go and invade, as he could, the entire country, or a lot less than that as well, for Russia. Not only in terms of economic consequences and political consequences, but there would be enormous consequences worldwide,” he continued. “If he were to move in with all those forces, it would be the largest invasion since World War II. It would change the world.”

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