Joe Biden Flips Out Over Reporter’s Remarks

( After commenting on the recent spate of flying objects shot down by the United States, Vice President Joe Biden was interrupted by a reporter who yelled questions.

According to a report, President Biden addressed a statement on the balloons and objects after the news cycle had shifted from the Chinese surveillance balloons to a fresh crop of flying objects that were shot down during the last week.

When reporters started shouting questions as he was wrapping up, one yelled over NBC’s Peter Alexander to insinuate that his family’s business associations compromised President Biden’s reaction to China.

The president chuckled and remarked, “Give me a break!”

As the president left, there was a flurry of questions from other reporters, including when he plans to talk with Chinese President Xi Jinping and why he was visiting Poland on the Ukrainian/Russian conflict anniversary.

East Palestine, Ohio’s mayor had the same inquiry.

According to reports, the mayor of the Ohio town where a hazardous train derailed has criticized President Biden for choosing to visit Ukraine instead.

As a result of Biden’s unexpected visit to Kyiv on Monday to meet with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Mayor Trent Conaway has accused the 80-year-old of ignoring his duties at home.

Conaway spoke to “Jesse Watters Primetime” on Fox News and said this was a slap in the face.

The mayor said that this should tell us how little Biden values us.

On Presidents’ Day, Biden was in Ukraine, giving millions of taxpayer dollars away to people there and not to Ohio for its recovery.

The Biden administration has been heavily criticized for how it handled the hazardous train accident and the evacuation of 5,000 terrified inhabitants when it occurred on February 3.

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, who has been under fire since the catastrophe occurred, announced he would be visiting East Palestine.

After his planned vacation, of course.