Associated Press piece knocks Biden for 'falling short' on transparency, 記者会見を避ける

Aamer Madhani’s “バイデンは記者会見を避けた, 年のインタビュー 1” バイデンの就任1年目を強調, 大統領が質問に答えるために記者会見を開くことはめったにないことを指摘する.

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ワシントン, DC - 8月 18: 我ら. President Joe Biden walks away from the podium after delivering remarks on the COVID-19 response and the vaccination program in the East Room of the White House on August 18, 2021 ワシントDC, DC. (Photo by Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)

ワシントン, DC – 8月 18: 我ら. President Joe Biden walks away from the podium after delivering remarks on the COVID-19 response and the vaccination program in the East Room of the White House on August 18, 2021 ワシントンで, DC. (Photo by Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images) (Photo by Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)

As Biden wraps up his first year in the White House, he has held fewer news conferences than any of his five immediate predecessors at the same point in their presidencies, and has participated in fewer media interviews than any of his recent predecessors,” Madhani wrote. “The dynamic has the White House facing questions about whether Biden, who vowed to have the most transparent administration in the nation’s history, is falling short in pulling back the curtain on how his administration operates and missing opportunities to explain his agenda.

While Madhani wrote that Bidendoes more frequently field questions at public appearances than any of his recent predecessors,” experts within the article noted thatBiden has done just 22 media interviews, fewer than any of his six most recent White House predecessors at the same point in their presidencies.

Madhani also acknowledged what has become Biden’spreferred methodof dealing with the press in abruptly ending any answers and walking out of the room. His description included the habit of Biden implying that someone else is in charge by claiming he’snot supposedto answer questions.

我ら. President Joe Biden speaks to reporters as he departs for tornado ravaged Kentucky from the White House in Washington, 我ら。, 12月 15, 2021. ロイター/ケビン・ラマルク

我ら. President Joe Biden speaks to reporters as he departs for tornado ravaged Kentucky from the White House in Washington, 我ら。, 12月 15, 2021. ロイター/ケビン・ラマルク (ロイター/ケビン・ラマルク)

Quoting Brian Ott, a Missouri State University communications professor, Madhani offered thatthe scarcity of Biden news conferences and interviews with mainstream news media may help explain why Biden’s approval ratings are near historic lows.

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While pop culture and social media offer opportunities to connect with a segment of America, Ott said, the president connecting to the electorate through traditional broadcast and print news outlets — and holding formal news conferences — will be critical to correcting that disconnect,” Madhani wrote.

デトロイトとニューアークは燃えていました、そして民主党員はいくつかの問題に鋭く分かれていました, 月曜, 10月. 4 ワシントンで.

デトロイトとニューアークは燃えていました、そして民主党員はいくつかの問題に鋭く分かれていました, 月曜, 10月. 4 ワシントンで. (AP写真/エヴァン・ヴッチ)

President Biden currently rests at a 43% 承認評価, according to Real Clear Politics, as midterm elections approach later this year. Even some progressives within the Democratic Party have cast doubts about Biden’s chances of winning re-election in 2024.

The presidency has always been a predominantly rhetorical enterprise,” Ott said. “You can’t drive an agenda without vision casting and part of that has to go through the mainstream press.

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