The White House has continued to deflect and brush off questions about Joe Biden’s failure to hold a formal press conference. When pressed on the issue Friday, Jen Psaki said Biden is too busy with the COVID crisis, but it may happen by the end of March.
Transparency and accountability seem to be a thing of the past for the White House. Since taking office, Joe Biden has signed a record number of executive orders, proclamations and directives, but hasn’t held one formal press conference to answer for them.
The Biden administration continues to lie about coronavirus vaccines by denying President Trump the credit for developing and distributing those vaccines. On Thursday, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki lied to reporters and said the U.S. did not have enough vaccines on January 20.
The U.S. said it is ready to take “additional actions” over the military coup in Myanmar. White House press secretary Jen Psaki made that announcement in a press briefing on Monday.
As Trump-era policies protecting America’s borders have been undone by the new administration, illegal immigrants are being held in facilities, illegally.
Democrats are questioning the legality of a Biden administration airstrike in Syria. The U.S. military strike on Thursday targeted a site used by Iranian-backed militia groups in response to rocket attacks on American forces.
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki recently denied that the Biden administration has been putting migrant children in cages. In a press briefing Tuesday, she was asked whether Joe Biden still sees detention centers as a human rights violation.
Joe Biden is facing backlash after recent reports revealed the administration opened its first immigration facility for children. According to reports Monday, Biden reopened a tent housing facility in Texas that’s holding up to 700 immigrant teenagers.
Joe Biden and the First Lady are set to visit Texas on Friday, in the wake of extreme weather which has devastated the state.