President Biden appeared to read technical instructions from his teleprompter during a Tuesday speech on rising gas prices.
“Because of the actions we have taken, things are starting to change,” Biden said.
“End of quote,” Biden added before moving on to his next sentence.
Biden’s disregard came during a speech about rising gas prices and the economy, where he also delivered a Thanksgiving message.
“I want you to know how grateful I am to serve as your president,” he said. “And I promise you that I will never stop working to meet your family’s needs. And together we will meet challenges. We will meet them honestly. And that we will continue to build this economy around hard-working people, who built this land. Happy Thanksgiving, and may God bless you, and may God protect our troops. “
Biden later told the press that he had to go to help in a soup kitchen and asked no questions, prompting a journalist to shout, “When are you going to answer our questions?”
The Biden administration has repeatedly faced accusations that the president is not responsible for his communications. In September became White House abruptly interrupting the feed from Biden’s briefing on forest fires with federal and state officials in Boise, Idaho.
In August, the president the audio feed was clipped as he was answering a journalist’s question about his administration’s military withdrawal deadline from Afghanistan.
The White House too cut Biden’s feed in March, when he said he was “happy to answer questions” while speaking to Democratic lawmakers at a virtual event.
Fox News’ Cortney O’Brien contributed to this report.
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