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The White House press secretary shut down the conservative channel's Jacqui Heinrich.
“You’re standing up for our kids, you’re standing up for our communities,” Biden told Rep. Justin Pearson, Rep. Justin Jones and Rep. Gloria Johnson during an Oval Office meeting.
Dylan Mulvaney, the trans TikTok influencer scorned by conservatives over a beer partnership, interviewed President Joe Biden last year.
“It is flat wrong to seek partisan advantage from health issues of a colleague,” said White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre.
The holiday bunny probably expected soft-boiled questions, but that isn’t egg-zactly what happened.
A reporter's gripes about not being called on set off a media fight that earned a reprimand from press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre.
The White House press secretary shared a light moment with MSNBC's Alex Wagner in discussing whether Fox News is a news organization.
The self-help author criticized Karine Jean-Pierre for mocking "someone who is running for president of the United States, and as a woman.”
“If I had a [crystal ball], then I can tell you .... If I could feel her aura. I just don’t have anything to share on that,” Jean-Pierre said of Biden's possible 2024 rival.
The Fox News reporter, like former President Donald Trump, questioned why the U.S. freed arms dealer Viktor Bout for Griner in the exchange.