Biden’s Short Fuse: Snapping at female reporters over unscripted questions

President Joe Biden speaks to reporters before boarding Air Force One at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport in Hebron, Ky., late Wednesday, July 21, 2021, to travel back to Washington after speaking at a CNN town hall in Cincinnati. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

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UPDATED 9:31 AM PT – Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Critics are slamming Joe Biden for his continuous disrespect towards female journalists. In the Oval Office Monday, a reporter tried to ask a question regarding the Department of Veterans Affairs mandating COVID vaccines for its workers until she was cut off by Biden and called “such a pain in the neck.”

In a tweet, CNN’s political commentator clapped back at Biden while pointing out this isn’t the first time he’s been dismissive of female journalists. Before Monday’s incident, Biden lost it on CNN’s Kaitlan Collins for telling her she’s “in the wrong business” after she questioned the outcome of his summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin last month.

After facing public backlash for how he treated Collins, Biden did admit he owed her an apology. However, Biden is beginning to gain a reputation of having a short temper with reporters who ask him “unscripted questions.”

When asked about Israel during the height of the Palestinian conflict, Biden snapped, once again, on a female reporter. However, he played it off as merely being a joke. Critics have said the “joke” was in poor taste and pointed out that if Trump made similar comments, the left would have not had the same reaction.

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