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President Biden ‘Insulted’ by By Media Question About Event Attendance


President Joe Biden told the media that he was “insulted” by a question asked to him by a member of the media Tuesday.

The question centered around current Georgia governor candidate Stacey Abrams’ absence from a Biden event which centered around voting rights in Atlanta.

“Any thoughts on Stacey Abrams skipping your speech today, sir? Are you insulted she’s skipping your speech?” asked a White House reporter ahead of Biden’s travel to the event.


Abrams, who has been a vocal proponent of voting rights in Georgia since she lost the 2018 gubernatorial election, said she missed the speech due to a “scheduling conflict”.

Generally, it is rare for candidates who are running for office to not attend events in their home state with a sitting President from the same party.

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Biden did say he spoke with Stacey Abrams that morning and that they “have a great relationship” and that they “got their scheduling mixed up”.

Former President Donald Trump, in a statement, said that “[Biden] has been so terrible she now wants nothing to do with him.”