Biden takes to a podcast with Hollywood celebs to discuss golf, how Jill prefers him to shave and when he wakes up and practices with just six days until halftime — and with Democrats on the sidelines
- President Joe Biden revealed his daily routine in an interview with Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes and Will Arnett of the Smartless podcast
- He wakes up at 7 a.m.; trains at 8 a.m. with a trainer who comes to the White House
- He works in the Oval Office until about 7 p.m. and then has dinner with Jill
- He goes to bed around 11 p.m
- And he noticed Jill’s pet tease on him
- “She gets very upset when I haven’t shaved completely,” Biden said
- The interview came a week before the midterm elections
President Joe Biden revealed his daily routine, spending time with Jill and training with an in-house trainer during an interview with a trio of Hollywood celebrities ahead of the midterm election.
He reported on a typical day in the life of the President of the United States.
Biden, 79, said he wakes up at 7 a.m., works at the White House at 8 a.m., and then goes to the Oval Office. He’s there until about 7 p.m., after which he goes to the residence to have dinner with the First Lady.
He then reads his 200-page briefing book before going to bed at 11pm
Biden opened up about the details of his personal life in an interview with Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes and Will Arnett of the Smartless podcast.
And he noticed Jill’s pet tease on him.
“She gets very upset when I haven’t shaved completely,” Biden said.
President Joe Biden revealed his daily routine of spending time with Jill and his workouts with an in-house trainer during an interview with a trio of Hollywood celebrities — above the Bidens boarding Air Force One on Monday
The President gave the interview in anticipation of next week’s midterm elections, in which many Democrats fear electoral losses. Election forecasters believe Republicans will gain control of the House of Representatives, which will affect the GOP’s legislative agenda for the next four years.
With six days to go, polls show enthusiasm among Republican voters is running high. The polls also show Biden’s low approval ratings, as many Americans are unhappy with high inflation driving up the cost of living.
Biden revealed the details of his personal life in an interview with Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes and Will Arnett of the Smartless podcast
Crime is listed as another top issue, and Republicans have hammered Democrats as soft.
Polls have projected dissatisfaction among Americans with how Democrats have handled both issues.
Though neither party has won a decisive majority for public confidence to halt rising crime and fix the economy, the vast majority of polls show voters prefer the GOP to oversee them.
In the nearly hour-long podcast interview, Biden spent much of it talking about his life in the White House.
He said he trains for 45 minutes every morning with a trainer who comes to work with him.
‘I feel good. I feel good. The thing I feel about the age difference is if I let it go for a week, I feel it,” Biden said.
He said that he and Jill have trouble finding time together given his job as president and that she teaches full-time at a community college in Northern Virginia.
“Typically we’ve tried going to Camp David or going back to our home in Delaware that’s secluded enough from the road,” he said.
President Joe Biden on a bike ride on Kiawah Island, South Carolina, in August
He said he relaxes by watching sports, usually football.
And he noted that his favorite part of being President is riding Air Force One.
“The good news is that a plane never leaves until I get there,” he said.