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Not ‘The Best Use of His Time’: WaPo Removes Tweet Criticizing Biden for Attending Too Many Funerals

© AP Photo / Evan VucciPresident Joe Biden walks away after speaking about COVID-19 vaccinations at the White House, Wednesday, April 21, 2021, in Washington
President Joe Biden walks away after speaking about COVID-19 vaccinations at the White House, Wednesday, April 21, 2021, in Washington - Sputnik International, 1920, 09.01.2022
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The newspaper has come under fire after it published a new article with a caption that was seen by many as clearly not approving of the US president.
The Washington Post removed one of its Twitter posts with the article “Biden, funerals and a bygone era” attached, which criticized Biden for wasting his time at friends' funerals.

We’ve deleted a tweet that inaccurately represented the scope of the story, wrote the newspaper, attaching the article once again but only with the headline in the caption.

According to the newspaper, it was the 7th funeral the POTUS has attended since he took office last January. The article appeared before Biden was due to attend the funeral of Senate majority leader and Nevada Lieutenant Governor Harry Reid, who died on December 28 at the age of 82.
The post said in the deleted controversial publication that Biden “uses funerals to honor his friendships and make a point about bipartisanship.”

“Not everyone thinks it’s the best use of his time,” WaPo concluded.

Users rushed to express their discontent, admitting there are a lot of things that Biden can be blamed for, but “going to funerals of friends and colleagues isn’t one of them."
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