Biden searches for deceased Indiana congressman at White House event
During their latest My Take on Thursday, Varney & Co. host Stuart Varney discusses President Biden’s latest gaffe in the White House, the controversy over the president’s “confusion” has become a “very difficult” issue for Democrats.
STUART VARNEY: It began as a White House “action” to combat hunger. It ended with questions about the president’s ability to do the job.
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PRESIDENT BIDEN: I want to thank you all for including bipartisan elected officials like Rep. McGovern, Senator Brown, Senator Booker, Rep. Jackie, are you there? Where is Jackie? I don’t think she was going to be here.
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The president was looking Jackie Valorsky, Congresswoman from Indiana who died in a car accident in August.
He seemed stunned. Defocused. He seems to have forgotten about the death of the congresswoman, despite the fact that he expressed condolences, half-mast at the White House and should meet with the family tomorrow!
What happened? Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre I would not say that the president simply forgot Valorsky.
No, Jean-Pierre said that Valorsky was “in the spotlight” of the president, whatever that means, and besides, she hinted that it could happen to anyone.
Yes, but not everyone is the President of the United States.
The country has every right to worry when a responsible person sometimes cannot cope.
However, he insists that he is running for a second term.
Is this what the Democrats want? Biden will turn 80 in seven weeks, and he will turn 82 in the next presidential election.
In six weeks it’s midterms. Along with inflation, the economy, crime, the border, and everything else that goes wrong, add the president’s weakness and confusion as very difficult issues for the Democratic Party.
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