Biden tells reporters they need to be negative to survive

President Biden again criticized a reporter for asking a difficult question on Wednesday in Geneva when he declared members of the press need a “negative view of life” to be good at their jobs, while complaining he doesn’t receive “positive” questions.

Biden approached a group of reporters before boarding Air Force Once to apologize for scolding CNN’s Kaitlan Collins earlier in the day but quickly continued his criticism of the press. A reporter echoed Collin’s original question and asked if there was any evidence Russian President Vladimir Putin would change his ways after their summit this week.

“Look, to be a good reporter, you’ve got to be negative. You’ve got to have a negative view of life, it seems to me,” Biden told reporters. “You never ask a positive question.”

Biden, who has been asked softball questions about ice cream and even praised by reporters in their queries, offered a lengthy explanation about why he won’t negotiate through the media.

“We will see whether or not it happens … the thing that always amazes me about the questions, and I apologized for having been short on this before, if you were in my position would you say, ‘Well, I don’t think anything is going to happen,’” Biden said. “You guarantee nothing happens.”

Biden listed a variety of times that the press has been tough on him.

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