‘Fox & Friends’ hosts rip embarrassing ‘bunnygate’ spectacle at White House: ‘Who’s in control here?’

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“Fox & Friends” tore into President Joe Biden for being manhandled and managed by the Easter Bunny while allegedly answering questions about Afghanistan and Pakistan, pointing out the horrifically embarrassing optics of him being pulled away during the White House Easter egg roll.

“The trip comes on the heels of a bizarre incident, as Brian just alluded to, yesterday at the White House when an adviser, a White House official, who was dressed as the Easter Bunny, pulled the president away as he was answering a question about Afghanistan and Pakistan,” Steve Doocy, “Fox & Friends” co-host said at the beginning of the segment.

“Don’t talk to the press. Don’t talk to the people. Don’t talk to the kids,” co-host Ainsley Earhardt charged.

The hosts then proceeded to label the incident “Bunnygate” and introduced reporter Alexandria Hoff who spoke about the egg roll that took place on Monday and what happened during the event with Biden.

The egg roll theme was decided by first lady Jill Biden and was called “Eggucation.” The Fox News show also reported Jill Biden coached her husband on how long to wave and when to sit.

A scruffy Hunter Biden was also in attendance.

The whole embarrassing incident began when a reporter apparently asked Biden about Afghanistan and Pakistan and he began to answer, “Pakistan should not, and Afghanistan should be…” That was when the bunny, thought to be White House Director of Message Planning Meghan Hays, intervened, cutting him off mid-sentence and pulling the president away. She is widely seen as the one responsible for limiting Biden’s exposure to the press and public.

“How embarrassing is that?” co-host Brian Kilmeade asked.

“At least finish the sentence and say ‘Okay, this is a fun day, I’ll catch up to you guys later,” he added. “Instead [he] turns around like a robot and just pushes away. Who’s in control here? My goodness! You allow that to happen when answering a serious question about the change in leadership of Pakistan, I think. Pakistan, that blamed us for the fact that Sharif was ousted?”

“And maybe he’s answering a real question. I don’t know. But it sounds like a real question. Isn’t that a real job he has? Or is he the King of England?” Kilmeade continued.

“We have heard so many times that Jen Psaki and people on the communications team hate it when the president takes ad-lib questions, so…” Doocy began.

“Or ad-libs off a speech,” Kilmeade interjected.

“It’s interesting that he has all these handlers. He has the bunny intervene so he doesn’t get asked questions. His wife is telling him to wave and telling him to just stand here or go in this direction. People around him telling him what to do,” Earhardt noted.

“In all seriousness, she embarrassed the president. This is seen everywhere around the world. This is why Saudi Arabia’s version of SNL is mocking him as a doddering old man being led by the vice president, which is actually incorrect. So, she’s herding him by doing that,” Kilmeade asserted.

(Video Credit: Sky News Australia)

Doocy ended off by stating that he didn’t know how many news outlets were actually reporting the story but pointed out that Fox News is. Kilmeade said that fact was reflected in the ratings as well.


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