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Joe Biden snaps at reporter on first full day as president: ‘C’mon, gimme a break man!’

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President Biden is infamous for using the phrase ‘c’mon man!’ On his first full day as president, he employed the phrase when an AP reporter had the temerity to ask him about his previously-announced goal of having 100 million Americans vaccinated within the first 100 days in office.

Reporter Zeke Miller queried Biden on Thursday about whether the bar should be set “higher” to encourage a greater number of Americans to get vaccinated. Biden sneered at the reporter: “When I announced it, you all said it was not possible. C’mon, gimme a break man.”

Sean Hannity pointed out on his Fox News Network show, Hannity, that the 78-year-old president was “already begging for a break” on his first day. That does not portend good things for his presidency. Hannity went on to excoriate Biden’s first moves in his new role as president as being disastrous.

“Apparently only one serious question from a reporter was a little too much for him to handle,” said the Hannity host. “Yep, the new president gave us his first official ‘Come on, man.'” Many more will no doubt follow.

Hannity then swung into a discussion concerning the looming unconstitutional impeachment threat against President Trump. He urged Biden to call off a trial and back up his repeated calls for unity. That will most likely not happen. Even the Senate Republicans are clandestinely prepping for the trial.

“At this point, a trial serves absolutely no purpose but to inflame the tensions of this country. It’s the swamp theater and it’s at its worst,” Hannity said. And as it proceeds, the division in the country will potentially expand.

Hannity proceeded to tear into Biden: “The country should be asking tonight, Mr. Unity, Mr. Frail, Weak, Cognitively Struggling Joe, I know this is past your bedtime. Maybe you will consider standing up to the radicalism in your own party and put an end to the charade right now.”

“I doubt that will happen,” Hannity concluded. “Joe and his fellow Democrats don’t seem to care about unity. All they want is revenge.” That echoes the impression many Americans have of the current state of affairs these days.

Hannity was also no fan of Biden’s inaugural speech on Wednesday.

“Joe predictably meandered his way through a truly unremarkable, totally forgettable, pre-rehearsed set of remarks,” Sean stated. “The rest of the media mob were flat-out lying to the American people, as usual. This was not in any way, shape, or form a memorable speech.”

And Hannity referenced unity once again: “After four years of outright lying, conspiracy theories, witch hunts, one hoax after the other, vitriol, nonstop hysteria, two impeachments, including one that is still unconstitutionally ongoing, Biden’s hollow calls for unity … [are] total and complete B.S.”

“For example, he could’ve stopped comparing Republicans to Nazis, like he did a week ago. He could ask his colleagues to stop referring to 75 million peace-loving Trump supporters as domestic terrorists that support insurrection when they absolutely do not. He could call for an end to the unconstitutional post-presidential impeachment charade. He could also apologize for the Russia hoax and all those lies and the Ukrainian impeachment.”

“Mark my words,” Hannity continued, “this will never happen.”

“Biden and his radicals in power and his party, they don’t give a rip about unity,” he continued. “Slogans, bumper stickers, flat-out lies, and smears continue.”

And as America’s hopes for true unity fade, it appears that if anyone in the media dares to ask an unapproved question of President Biden, they will be put in their place with a ‘C’mon, gimme a break man!’ and will be smacked with a time out. Just ask the AP.

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