Six months into his term, President Biden admits that there are some aspects of the job he's still getting accustomed to.
"The first time I walked downstairs and they played 'Hail to the Chief,' I went, 'Where is he?'" Biden shared during tonight's town hall, a nod to the eight years he spent in the White House as vice president while the famous commander-in-chief theme was played for then-President Barack Obama.
"It's a great tune but you feel a little self-conscious. You think I'm kidding. I'm not," Biden said. "I am not at all self-conscious about the power that goes with the office as it relates to resolving issues," The President continued.
At 78, Biden is the oldest President in American history. However, he says, his robust political resume has him more prepared for the job than any leader that preceded him.
"These are issues I've dealt with my whole life. Whether I'm good or bad I have more experience coming into office than anyone who's ever held that office," Biden said.
On a lighter note, Biden revealed that he often gives the White House food service staff the mornings off so he can kickstart his day in a more casual wardrobe.
"I think they love us," Biden said, explaining that he often advises the team to not come in for breakfast.
"We can get our own breakfast. I like to walk out in my robe and go in," the President said.
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