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President Joe Biden joined Jimmy Fallon for an interview on Friday. Biden told Fallon the job of President is “more difficult” than previous political positions he has had.

“And I don’t — no one should feel sorry for me,” Biden said. “It’s the greatest honor anybody can have in their whole life in my view is to be President of the United States.

“But what the difference is, the difference is that, when you’re in — when you’re in the Congress, and I had important jobs in the Congress, as a Senator, I was chairman of important committees. But being President’s like being chairman of every single committee. Nothing gets to my desk unless it hasn’t been able to be solved before it got to my desk. So, by definition, it’s more difficult.”

Biden said he has “enormous confidence.”

“I really have faith, the end of the day, the American people are going to get it,” he said. “They understand. They understand, given half a shot, they’ve never ever, ever, ever let the country down. We just got to give them a shot.”


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