White House continues mixed COVID-19 messages ahead of correspondents' dinner

White House continues mixed COVID-19 messages ahead of correspondents' dinner


As Washington prepares for its first White House Correspondents’ Association dinner in three years, President Joe Biden’s plans for the event may constitute yet another bout of mixed messaging when it comes to COVID-19.

White House officials have changed their plans for the celebrity-studded event over the past few days, with some attending, some staying home, and some saying they’ll wear masks. Biden himself will be there but not for the actual dinner.

BIDEN TEASES FINAL ANSWER ON STUDENT LOAN DEBT IN NEXT ‘COUPLE OF WEEKS’

Trending: WATCH: President Trump Unveils New Book!

The conflicting messages have Biden critics calling foul.

“It’s all politics,” said Republican strategist John Feehery. “They know that if they abandon their pro-mask base, their approval ratings will

Continue reading

You Might Like

 

Join the conversation!

Please share your thoughts about this article below. We value your opinions, and would love to see you add to the discussion!

Thanks for sharing!
Send this to a friend