Fox White House correspondent Peter Ducey asked Biden, “Are you asking about inflation …? Do you think inflation was a political responsibility in the Middle Ages?”
“It’s a huge asset – high inflation,” Biden said. “What a stupid son.”
Dossi told Fox on Monday that he had asked Python about inflation because when asked about the president, Russia and Ukraine, he said he would not take any questions beyond the topic.
Doosie said other reporters “(White House staff tell reporters to leave the room) heard nothing in the shouts so he should have told me he said so”.
The president has become increasingly frustrated when faced with difficult questions in public in recent days.
When another Fox White House correspondent, Jackie Heinrich, asked Biden why he was waiting for Russian President Vladimir Putin to make his first move with Ukraine, he sighed, “What a stupid question.”
Earlier on Monday, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki told a news conference that the president had “shown that he values the freedom of the press.”
The idiot who was asked about 2008 Court case against Republican Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin
Against the New York Times, he said, “The president took a step earlier this year to ensure that there would be no reflection of the actions of previous administrations related to journalists. So I think this speaks to his commitment, but I have no opinion on this case.”
Saki Seemed to indicate
Biden changed the policy of the judiciary, promising not to seize the records of reporters in the leak investigation.
At the root of the frustration with reporters are two major crises that the Biden administration continues to deal with: tackling inflation and the possibility of a Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Shortly before the president’s meeting on Monday on cutting prices, Biden held a video conference with European leaders to discuss concerns about the build-up of Russian forces on the Ukrainian border.
Biden discussed options for raising US troop positions
Camp David said this during a conference with top officials in the Baltic and Eastern Europe on Saturday. On Monday, the Pentagon announced that it had 8,500 U.S. troops Have been highlighted
For a possible deployment to Eastern Europe.
Department of Foreign Affairs Reduced
Staff positions at the US embassy in Ukraine ordered some family members to leave. On Monday, the White House said that US citizens inside Ukraine should now leave and that there were no plans for a military evacuation if the situation worsened.
Inflation continues to haunt management – Consumer prices rose to a 20-year high in 2021
Including events held on Monday to reduce prices, the White House sought to address in as limited ways as possible.
When A news conference
One year after taking office, Biden threw weight behind the Federal Reserve’s efforts to combat inflation, saying “we need to bring inflation under control.”
The management’s inflation problem has already had political repercussions.
In December, West Virginia Democrat Sen. Joe Munchin, a leading moderate in the Senate, Refused
Support for Biden’s widespread social security web and climate legislation is, in part, what the bill will do to the country’s rising debt and rising inflation.
This story has been updated with additional background information.
CNN’s DJ Judd contributed to this report.