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“What The Hell?!” Biden Loses It After CNN Reporter Shouts Putin Question

“What The Hell?!” Biden Loses It After CNN Reporter Shouts Putin Question

President Biden finished fielding questions following his solo press conference after today’s some two-and-a-half hour long bilateral summit with Putin (shorter than widespread expectations). Just as he was walking away from the podium, reporters in the press pool continued shouting him down with questions. It seems many weren’t satisfied with his apparently more amicable and conciliatory than expected stance on Putin and Russia generally.

Specifically it seems some were disappointed that he didn’t personally condemn Putin with harsher language, and that’s when this unexpected scene played out… “What the Hell?” the US President shouted back at CNN’s Kaitlan Collins after she got his attention by calling out his saying he was “confident” about the future trajectory of US-Russia dialogue. 

“What do you do all the time?… If you don’t understand that, you’re in the wrong business,” a clearly agitated Biden followed with.

The clip went viral in the moments after if happened, with some quipping that “Biden needs to take anger management classes.”

It’s hilarious and just a tad ironic that it was CNN feeling the wrath of the Democratic president.

And we don’t have to imagine for a moment the collective pundit class outrage that would ensue if this had been Trump – though Greenwald comes close to capturing the avalanche of accusations that would surely come if this had been the former president…

Only days ago, Biden was being heralded as the “cool man under pressure” who would finally stare down Putin and “win”.

But apparently it’s his own traveling White House press pool that got under his skin more than his Russian counterpart ever did.

Tyler Durden
Wed, 06/16/2021 – 14:40

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