Chris Ryan: Why Doesn't Traditional Media Hold Biden Accountable?

President Biden Meets With Iraqi PM In The Oval Office

WASHINGTON, DC - JULY 26: U.S. President Joe Biden (R) hosts Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi (L) for a bilateral meeting in the Oval Office at the White House on July 26, 2021 in Washington, DC. President Biden and Prime Minister Al-Kadhimi met as the two countries begin to discuss formally ending the U.S. combat mission in Iraq by 2021. (Photo by Tom Brenner-Pool/Getty Images)Photo: Getty Images

By Chris Ryan

Joe Biden was asked a simple question about a new mandatory vaccine policy with the VA, but it was too difficult for him.

"You are such a pain in the neck," The President said to long-time NBC News White House Correspondent Kelly O'Donnell.

When Biden's predecessor would say similar things to female reporters, it was greeted with wall-to-wall coverage.

This won't even be a blip in the news cycle.

In order for the traditional media to regain credibility with all Americans, you have to at least attempt to provide equity and fairness.

It doesn't mean one person's intent or character is equal to the other, but the incidents are identical and should be treated as such.

Americans don't know who to trust to provide fair, and unbiased news, and therefore it's become a team sport, complete with home and away team play-by-play announcers.

Facts are in the eye of the beholder.

It's not always easy, but if credibility is to be gained or regained, it's a 24/7, 365 job.

Chris Ryan is the host of "New Hampshire Today" from 6-9am on News Radio 610 and 96.7, WKXL 103.9/1450. Streaming and archived interviews available at

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