White House press secretary Jen Psaki refused to address questions about President Joe Biden’s mental condition during an interview on Sunday.
The incident occurred during Psaki’s interview on ABC’s “This Week with George Stephanopoulos.”
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Instead, Psaki answered the question about Biden’s mental state with details about the State of the Union address coming on Tuesday.
“You know, George, there’s no question that the State of the Union the American people and anybody watching around the world will hear the president talk about the efforts he has led over the past several months to build a global coalition to fight against the autocracy and the efforts of President Putin to invade a foreign country. That is certainly something that’s present in all our lives and certainly in the president’s life in this moment,” Psaki said.
“And you know, George, from covering State of the Unions for some time, that it is about delivering a message to the public at a moment in time,” Psaki said. “And if you look back when President Obama gave his first State of the Union, it was during the worst financial crisis in a generation. When President Bush gave his first State of the Union, it was shortly after 9/11.”
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The latest interviews show an unwillingness to even address the issue, showing perhaps there is some concern regarding Biden in the White House.