After Joe Biden was asked a softball question regarding North Korea by a liberal reporter, he read the entirety of a prepared response that was written for him on a note card, never looking up from the slip of paper.
Biden was asked about the recent report from South Korea that North Korea recently tested two ballistic missiles. “What if any actions will you take and what is your red line on North Korea?”
With his eyes immediately going downward to his note card, Biden replied, “Let me say that, number one, uh, UN Resolution 1718 was violated by those particular missiles that were tested, number one.”
Biden asked softball question about a Nuclear North Korea: Reads *entire* answer from a notecard. Never once looked up. Read the entire thing. This is not a press conference – its abuse pic.twitter.com/AxYue44G8S
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) March 25, 2021
Biden then began stammering as he delivered his response. “We’re consulting with our allies and partners and, uh, there will be, uh, responses if they choose to escalate. We will respond accordingly.” Biden continued, “But I’m also prepared, uh, um, for some form of diplomacy, but it has to be conditioned upon the end result of denuclearization [sic]. So, uh, um, that’s what we’re doing right now. Consulting with our allies.”
When the same reporter asked if Biden agrees with former President Obama that North Korea is the “the top foreign policy issue” the country Faces, Biden simply and curtly replied, “Yes.”
Earlier this month, it was widely reported that the Biden regime has repeatedly attempted to contact the government of North Korea, but their North Korean counterparts have refused to speak with Biden or the American government. This is sharply contrasted to the North Korean dictator’s warm response to President Trump, who many credit for de-escalating the situation on the Korean peninsula from the brink of war during his administration.
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