After President Joe Biden delivered a nearly five-minute address, he offered to take questions from his virtual audience, but the live broadcast was abruptly interrupted.

“I’m happy to answer questions, if that’s what I have to do, Nance,” Biden said, referring to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.). He then sought guidance from Pelosi, “Whatever you want me to do,” he is seen in the video posted by the organization on March 3.

The event was the House Democrats’ 2021 Issues Conference, which Pelosi also attended and at which the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus pandemic and vaccine rollout were discussed.

Biden’s submissive and attentive attitude to receive indications caught the attention of the spectators, and increased the pressure because after 43 days in office he still isn’t holding formal press conferences and does not accept questions from journalists.

One of those noting Biden’s absence in this regard is former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany.

“Where is Joe? It’s been 41 days, at this point President Trump had had multiple press appearances, press conferences. President Barack Obama as well,” McEnany told Fox News host Sean Hannity on March 2.

She added, “Joe Biden needs to step up, we need to listen to him. He needs to commit to the transparency he promised us; so far he hasn’t.”

Journalist Kevin Liptak mentioned that Biden already set the record for the last 100 years in government by delaying offering a press conference on his own, without help.

“Pending when President Biden will hold his first solo press conference, an analysis of the last 100 years shows that he lags behind his 15 most recent predecessors, who all held a solo press conference within 33 days of his inauguration,” said Liptak, quoted by The Blaze. 

Biden’s behavior continues to raise questions about his mental health, as he continues to appear unsure and clueless, as seen in the following video, in which he asks himself, “What am I doing here?