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White House Press Secretary Deflects After Being Stumped by New Biden Voicemail

Speaking to reporters at the White House Tuesday afternoon, Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre feigned ignorance when asked about a newly unearthed voicemail from President Joe Biden to his son — Hunter Biden — about his shady foreign business dealings.

DOOCY: “Why is there a voicemail of the president talking to his son about his overseas business dealings…?”

KJP: “I am not going to talk about alleged materials from the laptop.”

DOOCY: “Are you disputing that it’s the president’s voice on the voicemail?”

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@PhilipWegmann
: “You seemed to dismiss Peter’s question about his conversation with his son Hunter Biden…how is that silence consistent with the president’s promise to always level with the American public?”

KJP: “I can not comment on any materials from the laptop.”

A reminder of the voicemail in question:

Biden and his former press secretary, Jen Psaki, have repeatedly denied any discussion with Hunter about the deals. Given mounting evidence, this is clearly a lie.

10 Comments
  • Richard Mundy says:

    This IMP is what she is a bad press core maron she will never be straight with the honest press.

  • Rita says:

    She can’t comment on FACTS. She was only trained to spew lies.

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