Radio Host Firing Casts Yet More Doubts After Biden Claims He Is “First Black Woman” To Serve As President

A Philadelphia radio interview has brought on yet more doubts over President Joe Biden’s ability to govern the nation.

In yet another public gaffe, President Biden told WURD Radio host Andrea Lawful-Sanders that he was “proud” to be “the first black woman to serve with a black president”. The remarks came amid somewhat of a publicity tour for the 81-year-old has he seeks to calm nerves over his mental and physical coherence.

Lawful-Sanders later told CNN that the questions were provided by the White House in advance of the meeting. In effect, Biden knew the questions in advance and could provide pre-written rehearsed responses via telephone – a seemingly simple task which he was still unable to muster.

On Sunday, July 7, Lawful-Sanders was fired by WURD for using “pre-determined questions provided by the White House, which violates our practice of remaining an independent media outlet accountable to our listeners,” according to president and CEO Sara Lomax, who added that the Black-owned radio station “is not a mouthpiece for the Biden or any other Administration”.

Reaction to the development was largely hostile towards the Biden administration.

As one user noted, a bid to improve confidence in the President is still dependent on Biden’s performance.

The remarkable aspect of this saga is that this was not a face-to-face interview. Quite simply, Biden could (and probably did) write the responses prior to the telephone call and recite them verbatim. Yet, even on the most simplest of tasks, he was still below par.   

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