Welp, it looks like the White House is scrambling to fix Biden’s latest blunder. The Democrat blurted out while overseas a comment that suggested he was calling for Putin’s removal from power. Even the Kremlin was upset, as it appeared Biden was trying to interfere in another country’s politics.
Hmm… isn’t that what Democrats claimed Russia tried to do in 2016?
Biden led his first press conference in months to clear it up. But it did not go well.
From Fox News:
President Biden held a “cheat sheet” of prepared answers for a key question during his White House news briefing Monday – a question about why his remarks on Saturday suggested support for regime change in Russia…
The cue cards also included a lengthy question regarding NATO and a brief, scripted response from Biden: “No. NATO has never been more united.”
Even with his cheat sheet, Biden’s press conference went as well as you’d expect.
Despite the best efforts of whoever has the undesirable job of trying to keep him on track, the predictable question was asked, and Joe Biden still went off the rails and doubled-down on his statement in Warsaw, as Katie reported Monday.