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Fox News host Jesse Watters analyzed how President Biden’s behavior has changed since contracting COVID-19 on Tuesday on “Jesse Watters in prime time.”
JESSE WATTERS: Fallon’s jokes about Biden’s staff wanting him to self-isolate until 2025 contain some truth. Politico reports that Biden is driving administration officials a bit crazy with what they say is a pattern of indecision. So, does Joe still have something in his tank? Can the man step off the mat and rally? “Primetime” can report with confidence that Joe Biden is not only a survivor, but has never looked better.
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Democrats may want to rethink “Operation Joe Must Go” because a Biden staying in his basement is a dangerous Biden. It seems that being sick is actually okay with them. I haven’t seen him this arrogant and at ease since the campaign. They gave the president a really fancy Zoom screen so he could do all his events remotely, you know, like he did when he was running for president. It only costs about $7,000, but it was worth it.
The man has done event after event after event, and Biden has tweeted more than Trump has done before, you know, to make sure everyone knows how productive he is, and we’re very proud of him. He posted all kinds of photos of himself posing while taking very important phone calls. He made sure to post pictures of himself signing the Formula Act, meeting CEOs and his best friend, his dog Commander – watch him work hard.
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If you didn’t know that, you’d think Joe was the real president. I mean, he is, but not really. While Joe is playing with his dog, a White House one staff member tweeted, “You can’t be pro-police and pro-insurgency.” This is actually a very good line. It only took a year and a half to think about it, but maybe that’s what Joe Biden needed. He just needed to be back on his own — indoors, quarantined like he was at the height of the pandemic. This is when Joe is at his best – alone, going nowhere and totally controlled by the dog handlers.