Biden insults Fox News reporter after question about Hunter's business dealings

 August 10, 2023

Whenever President Joe Biden is asked a valid question by a member of the media, more often than not his response includes him snapping or a rude remark.

According to Fox News, that was evidenced again this week when Fox News correspondent Peter Doocy asked the president about the allegations that he talked about business matters with Hunter Biden's business partners, information that came about via Devon Archer's bombshell testimony last week.

Biden's latest moment came after he spoke to a New Mexico audience about green energy and "Bidenomics."

The president has long denied being involved in any of his son's business dealings, but mounting evidence strongly counters those claims, suggesting that Joe Biden was not only well aware of the business dealings but was actively involved.

Doocy, following up on recent testimony, asked the president after the event, "There’s this testimony now where one of your son’s former business associates is claiming that you were on speakerphone a lot with them talking business. What—" he said before Biden interrupted.

"I never talked business with anybody, and I knew you’d have a lousy question," the disturbed, elderly president responded.

The occasion marks just the latest in which the president disparages a Fox News reporter, and not Doocy's first time receiving an executive insult.

Doocy wasn't done, replying, "What — why is that a lousy question?"

"Because it’s not true," the president shot back before walking away from Doocy.

Fox noted a vital talking point for the White House that has been modified:

However, once the House Oversight Committee suggested it had evidence that Biden had communicated directly with several of Hunter’s foreign business associates, the White House appeared to change the position from Biden having "never discussed" business deals to "never in business" with his son.

The White House, on every occasion, has downplayed or completely dodged questions related to the intensifying, Republican House-led investigation into the Biden's alleged influence-peddling operation that proved extremely lucrative for the entire family.

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said in July, "So, I've been I've been asked this question a million times. The answer is not going to change. The answer remains the same. The president was never in business with his son. I just don't have anything else to add."

Only time will tell if the day comes when the White House can no longer deny it. It appears to be getting closer.