Left-leaning reporters usually do whatever the Democrat Party tells them. But one has broken ranks to tell all.
And one reporter called out Joe Biden’s mental breakdown during this bombshell interview.
Former ESPN host Sage Steele said that interviewing President Biden was “the saddest thing” because he seemed confused and “couldn’t finish his sentences.”
“He struggled,” Steele said of the country’s oldest president, who “trailed off” on issues more than two years ago.
“So forget about politics. I don’t care, I didn’t vote for him,” Steele told Bill Maher on his Club Ransom podcast on Sunday, revealing she thinks Biden is a “terrible president.”
“However, that made me sad,” she replied, referring to his confusion.
“The human aspect of what we’re witnessing right now, to me, is heartbreaking,” she said of the now-80-year-old president facing escalating pressure over his age and a series of gaffes as he runs to stay in office.
Steele told the comic that she interviewed Biden for a pre-recorded episode in March 2021, prior to MLB’s Opening Day that year.
“It was satellite, it wasn’t in person,” she explained, noting that they were having technical issues and she had to stall the chief executive as they waited for the issues to be resolved.
“So I had to, like, BS. I had to chitchat, waiting for us to start rolling.”
Steele stated that she couldn’t see the president because his workers kept a lens cover over the camera “until the last second, but you can hear and we’re chatting.”
“So I can hear him and he goes, ‘What is this for? Wait — what’s her name?’” Steele explained as Maher began to laugh.
“I was going, ‘Oh my God!’ And then [an aide] said, ‘SportsCenter, ESPN.’ And he goes, ‘Oh, OK.’”
The president then began to tell her about his own football career. Biden was a standout halfback and wide receiver in high school. As a freshman at the University of Delaware, he also played football briefly.
“And so he started to tell football stories of his greatness,” Steele recounted, noting she still could not see him.
“He goes, ‘I have the best hands.’ What do you say to that?” Steele inquired.
“And here’s the saddest thing — his voice just trailed off. He said, ‘I was good,’ and then he went silent, and he goes …, ‘Uh, never mind.’
“I thought it was so sad because I realized that’s why he was in the basement during the whole election cycle — because even then he couldn’t finish his sentences, he struggled.”
Steele’s radio participation comes just days after Maher advised Biden to withdraw from the presidential campaign in 2024.
On Friday night, the presenter of Real Time with Bill Maher insulted Biden, calling him the “only Democrat who can lose to Trump,” despite the fact that the men are only four years apart in age.
“Someone has to convince President Biden that if he runs again, he’s going to turn the country back over to Trump and go … down in history as Ruth Bader Biden, the person who doesn’t know when to quit and so does great damage to their party and their country,” Maher said, referring to the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
“What matters is voters think Biden’s too old,” he continued. “What matters is he’s going to lose to Trump.”
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