Biden ‘Malfunctions’ Again In Office Video

Joe Biden’s brain also ended up malfunctioning again during a recent conference.

President Joe Biden will give his first TV interview since his debate with former President Donald Trump this week, speaking to respected Sunday show host George Stephanopoulos.

The aftermath of CNN’s debate on Thursday night highlighted initial concerns over Biden’s early stumbles, which set the tone for debate coverage, though his performance improved as it progressed. Calls for Biden to drop out have dominated the post-debate discourse, despite assertions from his allies that the race remains unchanged.

On Tuesday afternoon, ABC News announced the exclusive first television interview with President Biden following the debate. The interview will take place on the campaign trail Friday, with a preview airing on “World News Tonight with David Muir” on Friday, July 5, followed by segments on “Good Morning America” over the weekend. The full interview will be broadcast on Sunday, July 7, on “This Week with George Stephanopoulos,” with additional coverage on “Good Morning America” the following Monday.

The interview announcement coincides with public discussions among several Democrats about the possibility of Biden stepping down, and as the White House schedules a meeting with Democratic governors to address concerns.


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