Joe Biden continues to preach about social distancing but refuses to do it himself.
While delivering a short speech in the State Dining Room, Biden got really close to someone and urged them to social distance.
Biden then realized he wasn’t socially distancing himself and said “which I’m not doing”.
Took a look at the awkward moment:
Biden leans inches from someone’s face and tells them to socially distance. pic.twitter.com/30WwMvk8dJ
— Arthur Schwartz (@ArthurSchwartz) April 6, 2021
Fox News covered the story and had this to share:
President Biden leaned inches away from someone’s face to urge them to practice social distancing as he promoted the nation’s vaccine progress Tuesday afternoon.
Video shows the president pointing to his face mask, leaning toward someone seated and encouraging them to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s coronavirus guidelines.
“Keep wearing a mask, wash the hands and socially distance – which I’m not doing,” he jokes, prompting laughter from a group of people off-camera.
Biden delivered remarks on the country’s vaccination push from the State Dining Room after visiting a clinic in Alexandria, Va.
VIRAL MOMENT: President Biden tells a room full of people to "socially distance, which I'm not doing," while leaning in closely to a citizen, and jokes "I'm going to get in trouble here." pic.twitter.com/qenx0LMUdu
— Forbes (@Forbes) April 7, 2021
WATCH: Biden Leans Inches from Woman's Face, Then Tells Her to Social Distancehttps://t.co/XlxMCxI1ea
— Dinesh D'Souza (@DineshDSouza) April 6, 2021
Biden at this point sounds like a broken record, his script writers must have took a day off.