John Fetterman's suggested questions for Biden in upcoming ABC interview splits Internet

'Act like a Senator': John Fetterman's suggested questions for Biden in upcoming ABC interview splits Internet
Senator John Fetterman said 'a rough debate is not the sum total of the person and their record' referring to Joe Biden (Getty Images)

WASHINGTON, DC: Senator John Fetterman (D-Pa) suggested questions for President Joe Biden's upcoming interview with ABC anchor George Stephanopoulos.

The interview is set to take place on Friday and will be Biden's first on-camera interview since the CNN Presidential Debate.

John Fetterman's questions for Joe Biden's upcoming interview after debate with Donald Trump

John Fetterman's questions, inspired by a Politico article, aimed to remind people of the controversies surrounding former President Donald Trump.

Fetterman's post included a screenshot of the article's headline, "Nine questions George Stephanopoulos should ask Joe Biden."


The questions included, "Ever b**g a porn star? "Ever bribe one?" and "Been impeached?"

The list also included questions like "Ever beat Trump?" "Promise to be a dictator?" "Consumed by revenge?" and more.

John Fetterman's support for Joe Biden's reelection amid controversy

John Fetterman has been a vocal supporter of Joe Biden, even calling on fellow Democrats to "chill the f**k out" after the president's shaky performance in the recent presidential debate, The Hill noted.

Joe Biden reacts as supporters greet Joe Biden with a light display showing Georgians love for Joe Biden at his debate watch party at Hyatt Regency Atlanta on June 27, 2024 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Derek White/Getty Images for DNC)
Sen John Fetterman asked fellow Democrats to 'chill the f**k out' after Joe Biden's poor performance in the recent debate (Derek White/Getty Images for DNC)

He has also distanced himself from the progressive wing of the Democratic party, primarily with his staunch support for Israel.

Fetterman later said abandoning Biden was the “dumbest s**t I’ve ever heard."

“I refuse to join the Democratic vultures on Biden’s shoulder after the debate. No one knows more than me that a rough debate is not the sum total of the person and their record,” he wrote on X (formerly Twitter).


Following his own debate struggles in 2022 against celebrity doctor and Republican opponent for the senate seat, Mehmet Oz, Fetterman said he was counted out of the race.

During that debate, Fetterman struggled to put together coherent sentences after suffering from a stroke.

In May, he criticized progressives who threatened to abstain from the general election, saying they would “own that tragedy” of a second Trump term, according to USA Today.

PHILADELPHIA, PA - NOVEMBER 05:  Pennsylvania Democratic Senate nominee John Fetterman speaks during
Sen John Fetterman said it would be a bad idea to abandon Joe Biden because of a 90-minute debate show (Getty Images)

Internet reacts to John Fetterman's suggested questions for Joe Biden's interview

Netizens elicited mixed reactions to Fetterman's approach.

Few showed appreciation as one wrote. "Like those questions," wrote one user on X.

Another user commented, "I think Fetterman is still suffering from the effects."

One user sarcastically remarked, "Im 6/9 for those questions."

Another user questioned the motives behind the interview, saying, "I’m sure even Joe won’t be able to mess up these softball questions today. And if he does they will just edit it out. Interviews like this are just red election interference. Right?"

Some users appreciated Fetterman's loyalty to Biden, while others saw it as an attempt to distract from the President's struggles.

"Most of those sound pretty awesome, tbh." wrote one user.

Another user criticized Fetterman's approach, "Your desperation says 1,000 words."

One user reminded the senator of his duties, writing, "You’re supposed to be a Senator and not a shock jock. Act like a Senator."








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