On Friday (July 30th), President Joe Biden had a bit of an “oops” moment when one of the White House aides passed him a note that stated he had “something” on his chin.
According to Fox News, President Joe Biden was meeting with governors at the Eisenhower Building to discuss the ongoing efforts to prevent wildfires in the west. An Associated Press photographer, Andrew Harnik, reveals that the note written by the aide read, “Sir, there is something on your chin.”
Benny Johnson of Newsmax took to Twitter to share the President’s response to the note. “A staffer gave Joe Biden a note that said: ‘Sir, there’s something on your chin.’ This is how he handled the situation.”
Twitter Reacts To President Joe Biden’s Note From Aide
After Harnik shared details about the aide’s note to President Joe Biden, Twitter reacted to the situation.
One Twitter user states, “Breaking news–aides doing their jobs. Stop being so ridiculously petty and desperate.”
“WAIT! This is not photoshopped? This is photoshopped, right?” Another Twitter user writes. Others also state that there are more important things to worry about than Joe Biden having something on his chin and aides pointing it out.
President Announces New Measures For Federal Employees to Get the COVID-19 Vaccine
Meanwhile, President Joe Biden states on Thursday (July 29th) that he and his administration are creating a plan to get more Americans vaccinated for COVID-19 in order to stop the spread of the virus. This includes having federal employees vaccinated.
According to CNN, Joe Biden describes the pandemic as an American tragedy. “People are dying – and will die – who don’t have to die,” Biden states.
He also said that if people are out there unvaccinated, they don’t have to die. The President also told the unvaccinated, “You present a problem to yourself, to your family, and to those with whom you work.”
Joe Biden says every federal government employee and on-site contractor will have to reveal their vaccination status. Those who have not got the vaccine already will have to wear a mask on the job no matter their geographic location, as well as physical distance from all other employees and visitors. They will also have to comply with a weekly or twice-weekly screen testing requirement.
President Joe Biden also addresses the need to off Americans money to go get the vaccine.
“I know that paying people to get vaccinated might sound unfair to folks who got vaccinated already. But here’s the deal: if incentives help us beat this virus, I believe we should use them. We all benefit.”
U.S. new COVID cases on Thursday were more than 95,000. COVID-19 Deaths were close to 400. There have been more than 612,000 COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. since the COVID-19 pandemic began.