Biden Has Taken A Whopping 150 Vacation Days

( President Joe Biden is unquestionably the most millennial commander in chief ever, taking more vacations and working from home than Trump, Obama, and Bush combined.

According to CNN, Biden has spent 150 days of his presidency at his residences in Wilmington and Rehoboth Beach, both in Delaware. In contrast, by the same point in his presidency, Trump had spent 132 days in either South Florida or New Jersey. Obama spent 38 days on vacation in Hawaii, while George W. Bush spent 100 days at his ranch in Texas, indicating that both younger presidents adore the rural lifestyle.

Reporters are trying to use the fact that the setting is challenging and constricting as an excuse for these adult males to flee the 222-year-old White House, but why? These presidents are undoubtedly much less inclined to make sweeping decisions that may annoy or muck up the entire country, if not the whole planet when they are on vacation or pretending to work from home.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, remote work became the American norm despite significant historical figures like Elon Musk being adamantly opposed to it as a business practice. In a leaked document from the beginning of 2022, Musk instructed his Tesla employees to spend a minimum of 40 hours per week at the office or “they should pretend to work somewhere else.”

Scientific research indicates that communication and collaboration are considerably reduced when working remotely. It has been discovered that working from home reduces the production of original ideas. Alternatively, “nothing of note was ever done in your mom’s guest room, save maybe losing your virginity to a solid five after junior prom,” one senior editor at The Daily Caller put it.

Can you even begin to think how many idiotic executive orders we avoid while the president pretends to work a full day when in reality, he is likely eating ice cream, falling off bikes, or swimming with his son?

Generally, it is a good idea for our commanders in chief to prioritize spending time with their families over ultimate world dominance. Yes, we may be going through some of the most severe crises in our history, but consider how much worse things would be if our presidents were always seated at their desks.

Furthermore, consider how much less congested Washington, D.C. would be if all of our leadership stayed at home and Zoomed into their meetings without wearing pants. Our politicians need to do more remote work, not less.