President Joe Biden has appeared on the late-night show for the first time since taking office on Friday.
Biden told Jimmy Fallon, the host of The Tonight Show, that Republican sectarianism hinders bipartisanism.
He accused QAnon and Trump of “big lie” that the election was stolen.
President Joe Biden Jimmy Fallon, host of The Tonight Show On Friday night.
Biden tells Fallon, partly because he was late for taping the show Funeral of former Senator Bob Dole.
“He asked me on his deathbed if I would compliment him,” Biden said. “We are friends. We disagree, but we are friends. We used to have a lot of relationships, but QAnon and the Republican extremes, and donald Trump have supplied. Except for what seems to be, it still exists. “Big lie.” “
Biden is the former president of Trump Elections Stolen, Trump and his companions Try to overturn the result.
The president told Fallon that he believes there are many Republicans in Congress who agree with his remarks.
Biden also has Democrats and Republicans Honor of the 44th Kennedy Center on Sunday.
The interview with Biden’s Fallon was his first late-night show appearance since he took office. The president also discussed the COVID-19 pandemic in support of Fallon’s song. Featuring Ariana Grande and Megan Thee Stallion I advised Americans to get booster shots, New York Times report.
“The bottom line is to get two shots and then a booster shot,” Biden told Fallon.
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