President Joe Biden sat down with Scott Pelley to discuss the economy, inflation, Ukraine, and the Department of Justice’s execution of a search warrant on former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence. The 25-minute interview follows a lukewarm winning streak for the President whose approval rating sits at 40 percent after nearly 3 years in office. As Biden defended himself to Pelley, he also let the American people know things likely won’t get any worse.
In response to a potential run for a second term, the Commander in Chief said he’s a “believer of fate” and did not commit to running although he did confess his “intention” of seeking a second term. The moderate answer follows calls from Democrats for Biden to not seek a second term in office.
Biden is the second Catholic President in American history and says his faith has kept him together after experiencing so much tragedy in his life–the death of his first wife and daughter, the loss of his son Beau to cancer, and the crack addiction of his son Hunter–who also has a laptop scandal and questionable business dealings in Ukraine.
Full interview below