The White House has recently been privately discussing whether President Joe Biden should have a public address regarding the unmanned, unidentified aerial objects that have been spotted hovering over the U.S. in the past few days.
Biden has not yet made many public comments regarding the four objects that have been shot down. In the meantime, his administration is working to recover the debris from the Chinese spy balloon which was shot down off the coast of South Carolina on Feb. 4, as well as the debris from the three other objects shot down within the past week.
Lawmakers have been vocal about wanting more information regarding the objects. However, as of right now, Biden does not have any plans to address the public regarding the objects, despite that being what previous presidents would have opted to do during such moments in national history.
Reporters have also been asking questions about the objects that the U.S. fighter jets have brought down. Biden could take this moment to make a statement about the objects that had been shot down, as the administration is preparing to announce the development of new protocols for handling unidentified airborne objects.
On Monday the White House announced the governmental review which would seek to bring military and civilian stakeholders together to discuss the development of new protocols that would help protect national security interests and air travel.
The White House has also arranged for another classified briefing with Congress regarding the new standards.