President Joe Biden ignored a question shouted by a reporter Sunday on whether he is worried about his son, Hunter, being indicted.
Biden held a rambling press conference on Sunday evening in Vietnam. After White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre tried to end the conference, jazz music began playing and he began collecting his papers.
However, after a reporter shouted out a question, the 80-year-old answered and the jazz music was turned off so he could be heard.
Then as he began walking away from the podium, another reporter asked, “Mr. President — are you worried about your son being indicted? Mr. President?”
Biden kept walking and ignored the question, as he typically does when faced with questions about his son.
WATCH: Joe Biden’s staff cuts off a rambling Joe Biden mid-sentence and abruptly ends his news conference.
I have never seen this occur with any other president. pic.twitter.com/LqvW2VsESH
— Andrew @ Don’t Walk, RUN! (@DontWalkRUN) September 10, 2023
The White House’s clip of the press conference did not include the exchange, stopping after Jean-Pierre tried to end it.
Biden has habitually ignored questions about Hunter in the past.
Earlier this mo……