Biden appears to use prepared list of reporters again following G20 summit in Rome

Biden appears to use prepared list of reporters again following G20 summit in Rome

Good morning and welcome to Fox News First. Here’s what you need to know as you start your day … Biden appears to use prepared list of reporters after G20 summit in Rome: ‘I’m told we should start with AP’ President Joe Biden once again appeared to call on a pre-approved list of reporters after meeting with the press following the G20 summit in Rome. On Sunday, Biden discussed meeting with other world leaders in Rome to enact climate change initiatives. After his talk, he opened the floor to questions but admitted that he was told to start with the Associated Press. “And now I’m happy to take some questions. And I’m told I should start with AP, Zeke Miller,” Biden said. Biden has previously alluded to the idea that he had a list of pre-approved reporters to call on back in June following his Geneva visit with Russian President Vladimir Putin. “I’ll take your questions, and as usual, folks, they gave me a list of the people I’m going to call on,” Biden told the press . The same interaction continued in August when Biden took questions for the first time following the Kabul terror attacks that killed more than a dozen U.S. servicemen. This pattern has been noticed by reporters since Biden’s first formal press conference in January where he seemed to call on a pre-selected list of journalists from The Associated Press, The Washington Post, NBC News, Reuters, and Bloomberg News. CLICK HERE FOR MORE ON […]

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