Biden makes bizarre admission to press: 'I'm not supposed to be having this press conference'

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President Joe Biden made an unusual admission to journalists Tuesday evening, letting them know he was "not assumed" to have a public interview.

Biden addressed the press about the organization's arrangement to defy the omicron variation of the Covid, in the end changing the subject to Sen. Joe Manchin's

Resistance to his $2 trillion Build Back Better Act.
Biden was clarifying how his arrangement would bring down costs "in all cases" prior to following off and telling journalists, "I shouldn't have this public interview at the present time." The press-occupied room promptly emitted with more inquiries.

BIDEN: "I shouldn't have this question and answer session at the present time."
Biden has offered comparative remarks beforehand, articulating during a public interview in June that he would "be in a difficult situation" assuming he took further inquiries from journalists.

"Please accept my apologies, I will cross paths with staff in the event that I don't do this the correct way," Biden said prior to approaching more journalists for questions.

He again showed he would be in "inconvenience" for taking inquiries during a gathering in November following the section of the $1.2 trillion framework bill.

"I can take … I will cause problems. … This is the last inquiry I'm taking," Biden said. "You can conclude who I'm highlighting," he added, prior to shutting his eyes and pointing aimlessly into the horde of correspondents.

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