New Analysis Shows Just How Much Time Biden Spent Hidden during 2022

In 2022, nearly 40% of the president's time was spent in Delaware, Camp David, and vacation destinations.
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In 2022, nearly 40% of the president’s time was spent in Delaware, Camp David, and vacation destinations.

Biden spent 92 days or partial days at his Delaware property in 2022, and 32 days or partial days at Camp David, according to a Daily Caller analysis.

In addition, Biden spent seven days in South Carolina, five days in Nantucket, and five days in the US Virgin Islands, bringing his total getaway days to 141, or 38.6%.

In September, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre defended Biden’s absence from the Oval Office.

The presidents of the past have also visited their favorite locations, including Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago and New Jersey, Barack Obama’s Martha’s Vineyard and George W. Bush’s Texas ranch. However, based on data compiled by former CBS White House Correspondent Mark Knoller, Biden’s numbers are expected to surpass that of every president.

Knoller reported that his time working from Delaware had already exceeded Trump’s in October. According to Knoller, if Biden is re-elected and keeps up the pace of trips to Delaware, his vacation time would far surpass that of Obama, Bush, and Reagan.

Biden’s shameful behavior of hiding away from the public and his inactivity during 2022 is a clear indication of how he is not putting the American people first. His numbers – a shameful 40% of his time spent in Delaware, Camp David and vacation destinations – are expected to surpass that of recent presidents. It is becoming increasingly clear that Joe Biden can’t handle the job at hand and sadly, Americans have been forced to suffer due to his disgraceful lack of commitment and work ethic.

New Analysis Shows Just How Much Time Biden Spent Hidden during 2022

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