Sep 2, 2021
If a picture is worth a thousand words, never was that more true than last week. Is President Biden in way over his head? Is that possible after 50 years of public life? Washington Times Opinion Editor Charlie Hurt tells Andy Parks, rarely has one image more perfectly captured the moment — and totality — of a man’s presidency. "Befuddled by time, disoriented by a riot of terrible decisions, and confused by the demand for answers, President Joe Biden stood in the East Room of the White House, clutched his binder to his chest, and folded before the American people. Almost weeping, he pressed his face into his hands and closed his eyes."