The following is commentary intended for discussion. Add your comments.
Does it matter to you that President Biden has been so inaccessible to the public and the press?
Even if he were taking regular questions, with the press by-and-large not asking the critical questions that need to be asked-- would we learn anything, anyway?
My main observation is that if President Trump had stiff-armed the press for an historic number of weeks, been relatively absent from public view, and failed to give the traditional February speech to Congress, what would the press have been saying?
Top that off with: what if a relatively invisible President Trump had then stumbled and fallen up the stairs of Air Force One?
I don't think an hour would have gone by without the media pushing an international drumbeat claiming Trump was avoiding the press, was somehow violating the law, was hiding his mental and physical incompetence, and should be impeached.
Why do you think Biden has been so inaccessible? Perhaps did he see that being very public didn't serve Trump with the press? Or is it something else?
Is it too much to expect more? Maybe Presidents should do their business largely in private and they can be more effective that way.
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