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“Don’t Scream At Me!”: Dr. Jill Goes Berserk Over Reporter’s Simple Question [WATCH]

Jill Biden Scolds Reporters After They Get Under Her Skin with Simple Questions

Things continue to look worse and worse for the Biden Administration in the wake of President Biden’s awful debate with former President Donald Trump. Among those who weren’t helping things look much better was Dr. Jill Biden, the First Lady. She, when asked about the health of her husband, responded not with a straight answer but by berating the reporter.

That incident occurred on Monday, July 8, as Dr. Jill walked from a coffee shop to her car. While she was walking a reporter asked about President Biden’s health and those in the Democratic Party who are calling on him to resign given his obvious cognitive issues and decreasing popularity as Americans wake up to his apparent inability to properly perform his duties as president.

In the video of the Dr. Jill incident that emerged, a clip originally posted to X by Washington Post senior video journalist JM Rieger and has since garnered well over 3 million views, a female reporter walked up to Dr. Biden as she exited the coffee shop and asked, “Dr. Biden, do you have any message to House Democrats who are calling for your husband to drop out of the race? How are you feeling about the state of the race?”

Dr. Jill wasn’t having it. Instead of answering and either defending her husband’s health or trying to explain his issues aren’t a big deal, she berating the reporter for allegedly “screaming” at her. She snapped, “Why are you screaming at me? You know me. Don’t scream at me, just let me talk.” Then, without talking about the matter, she got in the car without taking another question.

Watch the incident here:

Dr. Jill’s refusal to answer the question comes as she continues advocating for him to remain in office. For example, in a campaign rally on the same day as the coffee shop “screaming” incident, she said, “As commander in chief, President Biden wakes up every morning ready to work for you. That’s what this election is all about. You. For all the talk out there about this race, Joe has made it clear that he’s all in.”

Watch her here:

Similarly, in a letter to his fellow Democrats, Bidne wrote, “Now that you have returned from the July 4th recess, I want you to know that despite all the speculation in the press and elsewhere, I am firmly committed to staying in this race, to running this race to the end, and to beating Donald Trump. I have had extensive conversations with the leadership of the party, elected officials, rank and file members, and most importantly, Democratic voters over these past 10 days or so. I have heard the concerns that people have — their good faith fears and worries about what is at stake in this election. I am not blind to them.”

He added, “Believe me, I know better than anyone the responsibility and the burden the nominee of our party carries. I carried it in 2020 when the fate of our nation was at stake. I also know these concerns come from a place of real respect for my lifetime of public service and my record as President, and I have been moved by the expressions of affection for me from so many who have known me well and supported me over the course of my public life. I’ve been grateful for the rock-solid, steadfast support from so many elected Democrats in Congress and all across the country and taken great strength from the resolve and determination I’ve seen from so many voters and grassroots supporters even in the hardest of weeks.”

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Clayton Hugo is an insatiably curious soul, particularly fascinated by the mysterious workings of the human brain, medical history, and our relationship with our own bodies, both during and after life. Before joining Medical News Today, Maria worked as a teacher, academic ambassador, and a freelance writer and copy editor. Recently, she finished a Ph.D. in English at the University of Warwick in the U.K. In her spare time, she learns Japanese, occasionally practices taxidermy, and spreads her infectious love of invertebrates.
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