Biden’s plan laid bare

The White House has denied that the administration of new US President Joe Biden has already stalled on its promise to act swiftly and vigorously to renew and rebuild America after the destructive four years of Donald Trump’s presidency.

Critics pointed to leaks from within the Biden administration of the new President’s “extremely relaxed” approach to his new job.

Their claims were reinforced when a seemingly confused and naked President Biden attended a news conference in the Oval Office this morning Washington time designed to showcase actions taken in his administration’s first 100 days.

“Gee, 100 you say?” he said to one reporter. “Didn’t think I was quite that old. Getting close, and hell, it feels like I’m 100 sometimes.”

Mr Biden was then prompted by staff to address his plans for his first 100 days.

“First 100 days? First? You mean there’s more after that. Are you sure?” he asked.

After reporters asked how he planned to handle Congress, the President grew visibly angry.

“That’s disgusting. You should be ashamed of yourself,” he replied. “It’s really none of your busines but Jill and I will be doing it just like always.”

Mr Biden called an end to the event.

“We should all leave right now,” he told reporters. “The President could walk in at any moment. Besides I need a nap.”