Joe Biden Tells Indian Prime Minister Not to Answer Questions from U.S. Press

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President Joe Biden continued his conflict with American reporters Friday, urging Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi not to take questions from them during a meeting in the Oval Office.

“I think, with your permission, you could not answer questions because they won’t ask any questions on point,” Biden told Modi, referring to the American press.

The president also criticized White House reporters for their behavior in the Oval Office.

“The Indian press is much better behaved than the American press,” Biden said. “I gotta watch out; they’ll knock one of those down.”

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The White House did not include Biden’s comments in the official transcript of his remarks.

Biden’s comment is the latest incident in his war with the White House press corps as he continues to avoid questions in the White House:

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