Biden chuckles as Fox News’ Doocy asks why he is pulling US left

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Joe Biden chuckled as he was asked by Fox News reporter Pete Doocy why he was pulling the United States “so far to the left.”

The president laughed off the question from Doocy during his two hour White House press conference, in which he touted his administration’s successes during his first year in office.

Mr Biden pointed to the more than 210 million Americans who are vaccinated against Covid-19, and the delivery of hundreds of million of shots from this point last year as a major success during a challenging 2021.

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