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‘I’m Gonna Go To Bed’: Biden Cut Off By Handlers During Train Wreck Press Conference In Vietnam

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September 10th 2023, 5:02 pm
"I'll tell you what, I don't know about you but I'm gonna go to bed," Biden says moments before staffers announce end of press conference.
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Joe Biden was abruptly cut off while rambling on during a press conference in Vietnam on Sunday.

Biden was in Hanoi talking about how productive the G20 Summit hosted by the “third world” was as he bizarrely declared he was going to “go to bed” after the event.

“I’ll tell you what, I don’t know about you but I’m gonna go to bed,” Biden said.

That was about when his handlers decided he’d said enough, with a staffer announcing the end of the press conference.

CNN reported Sunday that White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was the one who ended Biden’s remarks.

Biden then shuffled away from the podium and ignored a question about whether he was concerned his son Hunter Biden would be indicted.

Just another typical day for the failing Biden administration.

Watch the full press conference:


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