Joe Biden Publicly Ignores Texas Winter Tragedy
Millions of Americans are freezing, with no power in Texas for the fourth day in a row and at least 21 people dead, but President Joe Biden is publicly ignoring the crisis.
Freezing temperatures and winter storms paralyzed power generation plants, leading to rolling blackouts across the south-central part of the country.
But the president, who campaigned on bringing back "empathy" to the White House, has still not publicly spoken about the first major disaster of his administration.
Americans typically expect their presidents to voice their concerns during a disaster and demonstrate they are doing everything in their power to help them.
Biden, however, made no mention of Americans struggling in Texas and surrounding states during a lengthy CNN town hall in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on Tuesday night.