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President Joe Biden hit 100 days without sitting down for an interview with the media Friday.

The news, first reported by the Washington Examiner, is notable as it’s a milestone not seen by other recent presidents. To date, Biden has sat for just 23 interviews since taking office 485 days ago, the Examiner reported – a marked decrease from many of his predecessors, according to data compiled by the White House Transitions Project.

The article goes on to state the following:

Former President Barack Obama had conducted 187 interviews as of 465 days into his time in office, according to the White House Transitions Project. Between January 20, 2017 and April 29, 2018, former President Donald Trump had sat for 95 interviews, the data also noted.


In May, Jen Psaki, the previous White House Press Secretary, defended Biden and told Fox News that he is always speaking to the American people. She went on to say, “But I think our objective, given our role and our focus here, is speaking to the public and certainly engaging in and valuing a free press.”

Biden’s last sit-down interview was on February 10, 2022.

The White House didn’t immediately respond or comment at the time the article was posted.

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