Biden Reportedly Skipped Secret World Leader Meeting to Hit the Hay Early

The Wall Street Journal reported sources saying that President Joe Biden missed a meeting in 2022 with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz because he wanted to go to bed earlier.

According to the WSJ, German officials planned for Biden to meet with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz during a Group of Seven Summit in June. The WSJ reported that German officials had planned for Biden to meet with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz at a Group of Seven summit in June.

Matthew Miller, a State Department spokesperson, told WSJ that “Secretary Blinken”, as he is known, never made such a statement. A White House official told the outlet the White House had “indicated early” it would not be attending the meeting. He denied Blinken’s use as a replacement.

An official at the White House said that the president managed meetings with world leaders and made various phone calls during his trip to June 2022. He finished one phone call at 10 pm.

U.S. officials explained to attendees that the president’s fatigue was due to the lack of air-conditioning, according to sources. According to sources, officials told attendees that the president was fatigued because of the lack of air conditioning.

According to the outlet’s report, the interview was conducted with more than two dozen former and current Biden administration officials, as well as Democratic lawmakers, major donors, and Democratic strategists before and after Biden’s debate performance.

Attendees said that Biden seemed “fragile” at the New York fundraiser, where he gave a 10-minute speech and answered questions.

According to the WSJ, Biden told attendees that he wanted someone with military experience.

Kevin Munoz from Biden’s campaign told the WSJ that anonymous accounts didn’t change the facts of this election. The campaign will continue to emphasize that Biden is the most successful president in modern history.

An attendee at the WSJ said that Biden experienced another senior moment when he attended a New York fundraising in the fall of 2023. According to the source, when asked a Middle East question in a photo line, the president seemed “at a loss”, causing his assistant to whisper in his ear.

After a disastrous debate performance, Biden’s suitability for office was questioned. The President and his campaign rushed to soothe the situation with various events and public appearances. Monday morning, the president appeared on MSNBC’s Morning Joe and told viewers that, if Democrats were so determined to get rid of him, they could do it at the Democratic convention in August.

“Let me be clear. A red wave is not happening this time around. The American public won’t turn away from me as an average voter. I’m here for two reasons. First, to rebuild the economy for hard-working middle-class people and give everyone a fair shot, a real chance. And second, all this talk about lacking support from the Black community? Come on. Join me and see. Just watch,” Biden confidently asserted, expressing his belief in overcoming former President Donald Trump in November.

“I’m getting frustrated by the elites – not you guys – the elites in the party, oh, they know so much more. Any of these guys that don’t think I should run, run against me. Announce for president. Challenge me at the convention,” the president added.