Mike Huckabee Explains Why Joe Biden Avoids Interviews and Reporter Questions
Huckabee hit the nail on the head here.
We are now in the home stretch of the 2020 election, with less than 100 days left until Americans return to the ballot box to make their voices heard.
On the docket this time around, we have the incumbent Republican President Donald Trump, teamed up again with Vice President Mike Pence, (presumably). Over on the Democratic side of things, we have former Vice President Joe Biden and a yet-to-be-named female running mate.
In fact, the running mate situation isn’t the only mystery left in the Biden campaign either, as the career politician continues to duck out of public appearances before taking questions, and simply avoiding any sort of formal interview altogether.
Mike Huckabee thinks he knows why.
“Every time Joe Biden goes on a show, even a friendly one, as has happened with Charlamagne tha God, he goes on these shows because he thinks he’s going to get a nice tongue bath from the media who loves and then he says something utterly ridiculous,” Fox News contributor Huckabee told “Fox & Friends.”
“His 15 minutes of interview turns into three or four days of having to walk it back, explain it, apologize for it, try to somehow distance himself from his own comments,” Huckabee said.
One can only imagine what sort of wild things we’ll hear during the presidential debates in the coming weeks.
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