President Joe Biden was asked what it was like waking up in the White House every morning, according to ABC News.
“I wake up in the morning and say Jill, where the hell are we?”
“I don’t know about you all, but I was raised in a way that you didn’t look for anybody to wait on you,” he said. “And it’s where I find myself extremely self-conscious for wonderful people who work in the White House. But someone standing there and hands me my suit coat.”
“What I didn’t realize, I had been in the Oval Office a hundred times as vice president — more than that — every morning for the initial meetings,” Biden said. “But I had never been up in the residence.”
“He was in the residence dozens of times,” Souza said in a tweet responding to a journalist. “I think he meant he was never in the bedrooms or kitchen or solarium etc.”
COOPER: "You’ve already spent a great deal of time at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Except now you’re living there and you’re president. It’s been four weeks. What’s it like? How is it different?"
BIDEN: "I wake up every morning, look at Jill, and say 'where the hell are we?'" pic.twitter.com/vdAjxUnWOT
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) February 17, 2021