More than two months after taking office, President Joe Biden will hold his first formal news conference March 25, taking questions from reporters in a nationally televised event in the East Room. Biden has answered about as many queries from the press as his predecessors, according to the Associated Press, but they’ve usually come at the end of other events or while traveling. But he’s the first president in four decades to reach this point in his term without a formal Q&A, and has been under increasing pressure to hold one.
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