It’s clear who really runs the show at the White House — and it’s not Sleepy Joe.
Nobody wants to talk to Sleepy Joe Biden.
That fact was evident during former President Barack Obama’s rare White House visit on Tuesday as a crowd of Washington elites swarmed around him while Biden looked confused about why he was doddering around aimlessly by himself.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, VP Kamala Harris, HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra, and Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-S.C.) were among those fawning around Obama while leaving Biden alone and isolated.
It’s clear who really runs the show at the White House — and it’s not Biden.
Heck, Biden even said so during previous remarks, telling the audience that he’s still Obama’s vice president.
“My name is Joe Biden and I’m Barack Obama’s vice president,” Biden beamed. “Welcome back to the White House, man. It feels like the good old days.”
“We just had lunch together, and we weren’t sure who was supposed to sit where,” he added.
Obama returned to the White House – his first visit since leaving office in 2017 – to promote his signature legislation known as Obamacare aka the Affordable Care Act that he signed into law 12 years ago.
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