When President Biden was asked if he would watch the impeachment trial, Biden said he’s too busy.

“I am not – look, I told you before. I have a job. My job is to keep – we’ve already lost over 450,000 people and we’re going to lose a whole lot more if we don’t act and act decisively and quickly. A lot of people, as I said, a lot of children are going to bed hungry. A lot of families are food insecure. That’s my job,” Biden said in the Oval Office during a meeting with business leaders.


He continued, “The Senate has their job. They’re about to begin it. I’m sure they’re going to conduct themselves well. And that’s all I’m going to have to say about impeachment.”

Given the state of the Nation, it’s good to know President Biden is putting his focus on the COVID relief bill.

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