NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles!
Fox News contributor Newt Gingrich reacted Wednesday to President Biden’s “awkward” appearance with former President Obama at the White House, arguing from “America’s newsroom.” Obama’s “convincing” dynamic offered a stark contrast to Biden’s “cognitive confusion” and lack of Vice President Harris. of “capacity” to lead.
BIDEN WATCH AS DEMOCRATS GUSH ON OBAMA AT WHITE HOUSE EVENT
NEWT GINGRICH: I think Biden clearly feels subordinate to Barack Obama, partly because he was vice president for eight years. You understand that partly because…Barack Obama is a compelling figure, and he’s all there…Biden has all these weird moments of cognitive confusion. On the other hand, you have Kamala Harris, a person who, as far as we know, has no ability to learn, no ability to lead a team, and no ability to represent the United States. So of the three characters, Barack Obama is the most compelling, the most eloquent, and I think the most successful in terms of achieving what he wanted to achieve, and I think there’s a certain natural intimidation, if you will . Obama’s dynamic, he’s open… Biden on a good day is kinda boring, and a bad day is just hopeless.
WATCH THE FULL “AMERICA’S NEWSROOM” INTERVIEW BELOW: