On 60 Minutes Biden Says COVID-19 Pandemic is Over, Not Sure if He’ll Run in 2024, and No Brief About Documents at Trump’s Home

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Joe Biden, the President of the United States, stated that the COVID-19 pandemic was “over” in his 220-day first interview with a journalist on American television.

Scott Pelley was the first guest on “60 Minutes” during Biden’s presidency.

We still have a problem regarding COVID. “We’re still working on it, but the pandemic has ended,” President Biden stated. “If you look closely, nobody is wearing masks. Everyone seems to be in good health. It’s definitely changing. This is an excellent example.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) current 7-day average daily new case count is 59.856 as of September 14, 2022. The 7-day average daily number of new cases is the same as the numbers in April and July 2021, when many COVID-19 restrictions were still in effect across the country.

Biden raised alarm in December 2021 for Americans who were not vaccinated.

Biden is worried that there will be a winter of severe illness, death, and even death for those who are not vaccinated.

Pelley asked Biden: “Mr. President, as you know last Tuesday, the annual inflation rate was at 8.3%.” Stock markets plunged. People are shocked at their grocery bills. How can you make your grocery shopping easier and more efficient?

Biden responded, “Well, let’s first put it in perspective. The month-to-month inflation rate was only – just one inch. It’s not even close.

Biden responded to questions about the 8.3% inflation rate, which was at its highest point in 40 years. It was 8.2%, or – 8.2% previously. It’s not 8.2% or – 8.2% before. It’s been-.”

Pelley wanted to know if the U.S. would protect Taiwan against an invasion by China.

Biden stated, “Yes if there was an unprecedented attack.”

Biden was asked if the U.S. would defend Taiwan in the event of a Chinese invasion. Biden answered, “Yes,” when Biden was asked if the U.S. would defend Taiwan in case of an invasion by China.

Biden stated that the United States would support Ukraine in its efforts to aid it during the Russian invasion. Biden stated that the United States would continue to provide financial assistance for Ukraine “as long it takes.”

Biden claimed that he was not informed about the alleged classified documents that the FBI discovered at the former home of President Donald Trump.

Biden claimed that he had not requested the details of the documents as he didn’t want to be involved in the debate about whether the Justice Department should or shouldn’t move on specific actions. “I- I swore that I wouldn’t tell them what to do, but I didn’t actually engage in telling them how they should be prosecuted.”

Biden was asked “Sir. Are you committed to running again? Or are there conditions that must be met?”

President Biden stated, “Look, if you were to tell me, I’m running once again, all of the sudden, a whole host of things come into effect that I have – requirements and actions I need to change and move and do.”

He said that it was too early to decide whether or not to run for president in 2024 due to election laws.

“I am a great believer in fate. He continued, “So, what I’m doing is I’m performing my job.” “I’m going to do that job.” “Then, within the timeframe that makes the most sense, go into next year and make a decision about what to do.”

“Look, my intention as I said to begin with is that I would run again,” he stated. “But it’s just an intention. But is it a firm decision that I run again? That remains to be seen.”