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USSA: Team Biden BUSTED Telling ‘Reporters’ Questions They Can Ask, CONFESSES

OPINION| In a surprising turn of events, the Biden campaign has announced that it will no longer provide suggested questions to interviewers. This decision comes after two radio hosts revealed that the campaign had sent them proposed questions before their interviews with the President.

While the campaign insists that interviewers have always been free to ask whatever questions they please, this move has raised eyebrows and sparked a wave of criticism from Trump supporters and conservative commentators.

The Biden campaign’s decision to stop offering suggested questions seems like a desperate attempt to regain the trust of the American people, especially Trump supporters who have long accused the mainstream media of being biased in favor of the Democratic Party.

By providing suggested questions to interviewers, the Biden campaign was essentially controlling the narrative and manipulating the public’s perception of the President. This revelation has only added fuel to the fire, further eroding the trust that many Americans have in the Biden administration.

Trump supporters have long been skeptical of the mainstream media’s coverage of the Biden administration, and this latest development only serves to confirm their suspicions. The fact that the Biden campaign was providing suggested questions to interviewers suggests that they were trying to control the narrative and avoid tough questions about the President’s policies and performance. This is a clear example of the Biden administration’s lack of transparency and accountability, and it only serves to further alienate Trump supporters and conservative voters.

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The Biden campaign's decision to stop providing suggested questions is a step in the right direction, but it remains to be seen whether it will be enough to regain the trust of Trump supporters and conservative voters. The Biden administration has a long way to go in terms of rebuilding trust and demonstrating its commitment to transparency and accountability.

The Gateway Pundit reported:

'Following these disclosures, the Biden campaign will no longer feed media outlets questions for future interviews after being embarrassingly exposed on national television, as reported by the New York Post and ABC News.'

In conclusion, the Biden campaign's decision to stop providing suggested questions to interviewers is a clear indication that they are feeling the pressure from Trump supporters and conservative commentators. While this move may help to regain some trust, it remains to be seen whether it will be enough to win back the support of Trump supporters and conservative voters. The Biden administration has a lot of work to do in terms of rebuilding trust and demonstrating its commitment to transparency and accountability.

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