Biden Reveals He’s “Tired of Talking About Donald Trump” at CNN Town Hall
President Joe Biden admitted he’s tired of talking about Donald Trump, instead asking to talk about his administration’s coronavirus policies during a CNN town hall with Anderson Cooper on Tuesday.
Even after the Senate acquitted the 45th President of sham incitement charges in a show trial, many Democrats and corporate media personalities continue to obsess over the notion of bogus criminal charges and elaborate governmental commissions to investigate Trump.
Joe Biden reveals he’s “tired of talking about Donald Trump. I don’t want to talk about him anymore.” pic.twitter.com/lEdo2TTLtF
— Big League Politics (@bigleaguepol) February 17, 2021
Biden went on to admit the fixation of the corporate news media with Trump had become tiresome. To the 46th President’s credit- yes, you read me correctly- he somewhat understands that the focus should lie upon policy proposals and initiatives to improve the lives of Americans, not a media-driven reality show.
BIDEN: "For four years, all that's been in the news is Trump. The next four years, I want to make sure all the news is the American people. I'm tired of talking about Trump." pic.twitter.com/BLbOqBkvVl
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) February 17, 2021
“For four years, all that’s been in the news is Trump.”
Biden even appeared to say that the constant fixation with Trump on the part of the corporate media was “dumb,” although he might’ve been saying that “it was done.”
While Biden probably won the presidency on the basis of appearing as a neutral, milquetoast and boring personality, the ratings bonanza addiction the corporate media received from 24/7 hysteria over Trump will be hard to quit. Fortunately, CNN and MSNBC may soon find themselves in a ratings hole, with the interest of the public disappearing as the mainstream media continues to fixate on supposed Trump “scandals.”
If Trump decides to run for the presidency once more in 2024, Biden’s waning interest in discussing Trump will have to be placed aside.