President Joe Biden ended his MSNBC interview by awkwardly walking across the studio while the cameras were still rolling Thursday on “Deadline.”
Biden Dashes Off MSNBC’s Set
President Biden on Thursday wandered off the set of a live television interview on MSNBC before the show even cut to a commercial break.
Standing up to shake Wallace’s hand, Biden said, “Thank you, thank you, thank you.”
With the cameras still rolling, Biden got out of his chair, shook hands with host Nicolle Wallace and awkwardly walked away after she thanked the 80-year-old president for granting her a rare interview.
As Wallace said, “Don’t go anywhere. It’s a very exciting day around here. We’ll have reaction and analysis to everything we just heard,” Biden walked behind the host, still in the live shot.
It is unusual for guests to leave the set of cable news shows before the host tosses the program to a commercial break.
During the interview, Biden stated that the conservative majority is too young and may do harm.
The same day Joe Biden caused a commotion as his motorcade unexpectedly traveled through New York City.
A video published by journalist Ian Miles Cheong shows a delivery driver in New York City being pushed by a police officer in order to make way for Biden’s motorcade.
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