Weather Channel Invites Biden For Interview After Hearing How Much He Loves To Discuss The Weather
Politics · Aug 8, 2023 · BabylonBee.com

ATLANTA, GA — Cable network The Weather Channel excitedly welcomed President Joe Biden on the air for a live interview after hearing about how much he loves to discuss the weather.

"We had no idea he loved talking about the weather so much," said CEO David Kenny. "Once we found out the President of the United States likes to spend his time discussing the weather — in important closed-door meetings and phone calls with Chinese associates of Hunter Biden no less — we knew we had to get him on our network as a guest."

President Biden made headlines recently after it was claimed that his interactions with foreign governments and business leaders involved in deals with his son, Hunter, were limited to talking about the weather. This news immediately piqued the interest of executives at The Weather Channel, who believed getting Biden on the air for an interview would be a major coup.

"It was a bit confusing when he got here," Kenny continued. "He kept asking us where Hunter was and he seemed genuinely surprised that we actually do talk about the weather a lot here. It almost seemed like he was expecting to be doing something else, like ‘talking about the weather' had a totally different meaning to him."

At publishing time, Biden's interview with The Weather Channel was already causing controversy after the network began fielding on-air phone calls from foreign business leaders who were looking to discuss their ongoing deals with the president's family members, leading to viewers watching Biden take bribes in real-time.


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