Biden Gets Snippy with Scrutiny Over Saudi Meeting

Joe Biden had another tough press conference after his big Saudi meeting over the weekend.

The media hit Biden hard about the fist bump with the Crown Prince as well as the alleged comments made regarding the murder of Khashoggi.

When reporters asked him about it, he was clearly on the verge of losing it.

Snippy Joe

Here is the segment of the presser that got all the attention…

The fist bump became a big issue because most people view that as even more intimate than a handshake.

It is something close friends do, not political adversaries, and surely not something done between two people when you suspect someone of having assassinated a journalist and called him a pariah for it.

To make matters worse, after Biden left the country, the Saudis claimed that everything Biden said was bunk, including having never even discussed the subject of Khashoggi with the Crown Prince.

Seriously, can you imagine Joe Biden talking tough these days?

“The Five” breaks it all down…

Who do you believe?

Do you think Biden talked tough with the Saudis or do you think he made it all up?

Tell us in the comments section below.

Source: Fox News

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