VIDEO: Biden RANTS To Teleprompter – Then Leaves!

Joe Biden

( – In his first significant appearance since a widely criticized debate performance, Joe Biden spoke about the Supreme Court’s recent decision on presidential immunity.

During the short five-minute speech, Biden ranted to a teleprompter since he refused to engage with reporters.

Watch the video below.

He blasted the court’s ruling that presidents have immunity from criminal prosecution for actions deemed “official” while in office.

Biden also criticized this ruling as setting a “dangerous precedent” and suggested it would grant the presidency excessive power.

He quickly exited the stage without answering any questions, despite reporters’ attempts to engage him on topics ranging from his campaign’s future to his ability to compete against former President Donald Trump.

During his speech, Biden emphasized, “There are no kings in America. Each, each of us is equal before the law,” asserting that “No one, no one is above the law, not even the President of the United States.”

He expressed concern that the decision could lead to unchecked presidential power: “With today’s Supreme Court decision on presidential immunity, that fundamentally changed, for all, for all practical purposes, today’s decision almost certainly means that there are virtually no limits on what the president can do.”

Biden added that this introduces a “fundamentally new principle” where a president’s power “will no longer be constrained by the law,” stating the only limitations would be those “self-imposed by the president alone.”

This address came amid increasing calls from some Democrats for Biden to withdraw from the presidential race following his debate performance, where he struggled with responses and clarity.

Over the weekend, Biden tried to address concerns about his debate capabilities at campaign events.

At a North Carolina rally, he acknowledged, “I know I’m not a young man. I don’t walk as easy as I used to. I don’t speak as smoothly as I used to. I don’t debate as well as I used to, but I know what I do know — I know how to tell the truth.”

He continued to address these issues at a subsequent rally on Saturday, admitting it was not his best performance and recognizing the public’s “concern.”

Following a weekend family meeting at Camp David, Biden and his family reportedly remain unified in continuing his presidential campaign, with his son Hunter being the loudest voice in favor.

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