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Biden's Feed From Idaho Cut Off by White House and We'll Never Know What He Had to Say

White House staffers earlier told Politico that they prefer muting President Joe Biden during his public speeches over anxieties that he may divert from the pre-planned course too much.

Viewers of Joe Biden’s Monday briefing in Idaho might never know what the US president wanted to ask about ongoing wildfires in western states of the US as the feed from his meeting with fire officials was abruptly cut off by the White House – and not for the first time.

During his visit to Boise, Biden wanted to pose a question to George Geissler of the National Association of State Foresters. But it seems that his remark was cut off mid-sentence, according to a video shared by Republican National Committee Research’s account on Twitter.

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