Fox contributor Leo Terrell thinks it’s time to see Joe Biden “put on his big boy pants” and “stand up on his own two feet” when it comes to addressing the American public and the issues at hand.
“I’m really bothered by this”, Mr. Terrell replied when asked by Judge Jeanine Pirro to weigh in on an awkward moment earlier in the week when the White House media team cut off live video feed of a virtual event just as Biden offered to take questions.
“He needs to put on his big boy pants. I want to see Joe Biden at a State of the Union. I don’t want to see Kamala Harris on the left. I don’t want to see Jill Biden,” Leo said. “The American public has the right to see Joe Biden stand up on his own two feet, take questions from Fox and from conservative outlets and tell us what is in his mind.”
“This is not the same Joe Biden as 2012 and 2016,” he added. “I’m not playing doctor, but he doesn’t look strong. He doesn’t look like he has the energy, and I think the American public needs to know: Is he really controlling the White House or is he just being propped up by all of these White House surrogates. That’s what really concerns me.”
Moments later, Leo summarized his thoughts and said, “If Joe Biden got elected President — still questionable — let him go to a State of the Union, give a solo press conference. I don’t want to see Kamala Harris or Jill Biden on the left or right flank. Let this man stand up on his own two feet, put on the big boy pants.” Video Below
Joe Biden finally made his way out of the basement at least for a few minutes it seemed – only to be abruptly cut off for wanting to take questions. Makes you wonder who's really running things at the White House these days? @TheLeoTerrell and @RubinReport react. pic.twitter.com/mnnyWkurtJ
— Jeanine Pirro (@JudgeJeanine) March 7, 2021