White House press secretary Jen Psaki confirmed that it would be a couple of months before President Joe Biden would welcome foreign leaders to meet at the White House, even though he has been vaccinated for the coronavirus.
“I would anticipate for all of you that it will be a couple of months before the president has an in-person or invites a foreign leader to meet in-person here at the White House,” Psaki said during the White House press briefing on Tuesday afternoon.
Psaki was asked by a reporter about a comment in January from Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s office that Joe Biden had agreed to meet with the prime minister in February.
“You can meet over video as we all know,” Psaki replied when reporters asked about the timing of the meeting with Trudeau. She did not reveal any more details of any planned meetings, either virtual or