President Biden was in for a surprise as he stepped into the oval office for the first time as president. Chris Hansen had set up a sting operation. One of the White House interns had told the president there would be an 11-year-old girl in the Oval Office who had recently shampooed her hair. It was a too-good-to-be-true scenario for Joe Biden.
As the president walked into the office, sitting behind the Resolute desk was host of “To Catch a Predator,” Chris Hansen looking very disappointed. “Mr. Biden,” he said, “I think you know why I’m here.”
Mr. Biden feigned surprise, stumbling over his words, “N-no, who are you? And why are you in my office?” “Mr. Biden,” Chris said, “Did you come here to sniff someone’s hair?” “What? No,” said the president, “I mean, I heard there was a little girl here, yes, but that’s not why I’m here.”
After the hidden cameras appeared, Mr. Biden aggressively defended himself as he tried to remove himself from the room. “I don’t work for you!” he told Mr. Hansen as he backed awkwardly out of the room. “You can’t prove anything. Besides, you’d have to, you know, impeach me.”
Mr. Biden, the serial child-sniffer and all around creepy old guy had been caught red-handed, and on his first day in office. White house Chief of Staff Ron Klain said they would be instituting a new rule that all White House visitors under the age of 18 must be either female or bald. Other white house staffers called the new rule a “common sense move.”