Biden concludes press conference by telling reporters that he is 'going to bed'

 September 11, 2023

Critics have long complained that President Joe Biden lacks the mental and physical stamina necessary to serve as president.

Those complaints grew louder this weekend after staff all but rushed the president off stage following a press conference on Sunday.

President ends briefing by telling reporters that he is "going to bed"

According to Fox News, the incident occurred during the president's trip to Vietnam following the G20 summit in New Delhi, India.

The network noted that Biden took a total of five questions from reporters before telling them that he was "going to bed."

That remark came after he was asked a question about his recent G20 summit meeting with Chinese Premier Li Qiang.

Biden insists meeting with Chinese premier "wasn't confrontational at all"

"What did you talk about with Mr. Li? You said you spoke with the number two from China in India today," the reporter asked.

"Yeah, we talked…we talked about…we talked about it at the conference. Overall, we talked about stability," Biden said in response.

"We talked about making sure that the Third World, the Third World….the Southern Hemisphere had access to change. It had access," the president said before stressing that the conversation "wasn't confrontational at all."

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Fox News noted that a White House official defended Biden's performance at the press conference, saying, "The President substantively answered questions from 7 reporters."

"This is a distraction, and it would do your readers a good service to dive into his answers on China, relations with Indo-Pacific countries, human rights and climate change instead," the official added.

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