Reporter Says Biden’s White House the Least Transparent in Over 50 Years

For the 18 months President Joe Biden has been in office, his administration has been notorious for avoiding questions related to the state of the country or Biden himself.

National Journal reporter George Condon called out the White House for having the “least transparency in 50 years” and for not holding a press briefing on Biden’s health after it was announced the president tested positive for the Wuhan Coronavirus.

Instead, the administration just issued a public statement.

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“The question is, when will Dr. O’Connor come out? Because to just put out a statement and shield them from questions would be the least transparency of any White House and 50 years on a presidential illness,” Condon asked Jean-Pierre.

Jean-Pierre replied, “Wow, I wholeheartedly disagree on your last statement. Wholeheartedly disagree on your last statement. So, we are doing this very differently, very differently, that I would argue, than the last administration, and I’m happy to have that conversation with you. Number one, we did not see the president because we are following CDC guidance. And the CDC guidance is to make sure that we have minimal contact with the president and allow him to isolate.”


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