Biden Freezes When Reporter Asks Him Humiliating Question About His Replacement

Ahead of a recent trip to Los Angeles, California, Joe Biden made the decision (for some odd reason) to stop for a quick chat with reporters on the South Lawn of the White House and he quickly discovered that was a major mistake.

One reporter left Biden completely embarrassed by asking him if the real reason for his trip to California was to groom California Gov. Gavin Newsom into being the Democrats’ “Plan B” for the 2024 election.

“You’re going to California. Is this about coming up with a Plan B for 2024 — does Gavin need to stand by?” a reporter asked Biden.

At first the question left Joe utterly confused (like many things do these days) but then he seemed downright humiliated by it.

“Are you ready? Well, I’m looking for— I’m looking at you. We’re looking at you,” Biden finally responded, trying to make a joke about the reporter being the Democrats’ Plan B.

 

Joe actually had good reason to be annoyed by the question, considering that powerful voices from within his own party have been demanding that the senile old man step aside and let someone with more than two functioning brain cells take a shot at the presidency – which obviously disqualified Kamala Harris.

Left-wing media and party leaders have been positioning Gavin Newsom as “next-up” in the Democratic hierarchy and Biden being the egotistical maniac that he is has had a tough time admitting that he’s FRIED – and it’s going to cost the party bigtime!

Watch the video here to see Biden’s face when the reporter trips him up!


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