'I’m not the president': Biden whispers to Trump about why he can’t institute a mask mandate
Joe Biden accepts presidential nomination at the DNC. (Screenshot/YouTube.com)

Former Vice President Joe Biden had to remind President Donald Trump that he's not the president during a press conference Wednesday.

Biden, who had met with a panel of scientists for a briefing about the coronavirus and the development of a vaccine was asked about his mask mandate. Trump spent Tuesday night at the ABC Town Hall saying that if Biden wanted a mask mandate then he should have implemented one in the past three years. It's a comment Trump has made before, and each time it draws questions about how Biden would go about doing that.

"Well, first I found it fascinating the president said, 'Biden didn't put in a mask mandate.' I'm not the president," Biden leaned into the microphone and whispered.

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