A few months after his inauguration, Biden was greeted with a big banner reading “This is what happens when we let the president decide what we should wear.”
A few weeks later, Biden went on a radio interview with Joe Scarborough to discuss the role of women in the administration.
“I think we’ve been very clear that we don’t want to be in a situation where, if we get to a point where there’s some kind of gender-based harassment, that’s going to be an issue,” he said.
“If we’re going to go forward and make changes, I think we have to be mindful of all of the ways that we’re creating space, whether it’s through the workplace or whether it goes further, whether we’re not creating it.
I think the bigger issue is we’ve got to look back at the broader picture.”
In his first year as president, Biden has made a number of changes to the way women work, including the creation of a new White House Office of Diversity and Inclusion, and the hiring of the first woman to serve as chief of staff in the Trump administration.
And now, he’s making a big push to make the process more transparent and transparent for women.
“It’s time to get on with the job of trying to make this office a place where women feel comfortable,” he told reporters on Tuesday.
“And that starts with getting the full picture.
So that’s what we’re trying to do.
We’re going through a very big process, with all of these changes that are coming.
We’ll see how it all plays out.”
In an interview with reporters on Wednesday, Biden said that women who work in the government, in the military, and in the private sector should not be “underrepresented” in leadership positions.
“In some ways, we should be underrepresented in government, because of all the decisions that we make, because we don