After his Thursday afternoon speech in New Hampshire, President Trump once again took questions from the crowd. TRUMP’S Q&A IN NEW HAMPSHIRE CONTRASTS WITH BIDEN’S HABIT OF HIDING FROM QUESTIONS
His approach to personally connecting with Americans has earned him the nickname “The People’s President” from leaders around the country and stands in stark contrast to the Biden administration’s present mentality of playing hide-and-seek when it comes to press or public relations.
Trump spoke about important, contentious topics including the present status of the economy, supporting the military and law enforcement, and fair play in women’s sports.
President Trump talked about how he was able to get along with Kim Jong UN and even persuade North Korea to take part in the Olympics held in South Korea when asked about the threat from North Korea.
He stated, “We did a great job with North Korea. We will be able to deal with North Korea.”
Meanwhile, Biden faces criticism for being caught using a press “cheat sheet” with pre-recorded questions at a recent press conference, according to The Telegraph.
Further, Biden’s habit of ignoring the press has become commonplace since taking the White House. By October 2021, he was known for turning his back on reporters as they shouted questions at him, per Fox News.
After meeting with the Irish politician Leo Varakara, the New York Post recently claimed that he laughed at press inquiries and disregarded them. Since taking office, Biden has hardly communicated with Americans, but his lack of interaction with the media has obscured this fact.
President Trump is aware of this and is stepping in to fill the gap for individuals who want to talk about important political matters. The final query he answered at his appearance in New Hampshire concerned the assault on law enforcement by the radical left.
He clearly responded by stating, “We took care of our police. We are going to take care of our police. And we’re gonna make sure that we support our police.”
Trump waved and grinned as usual on these occasions. In contrast to Biden, who has been known to stroll around aimlessly, he took his time and shook hands.
Donald Trump concluded his event by proudly declaring, “God bless you all, we’ll be back!”