Man, this reporter just put the entire Biden admin in it’s place!
During a presser, Biden spokesman Ned Price was absolutely clobbered when he tried to take credit for what the Trump administration accomplished with foreign policy.
Associated Press reporter Matt Lee absolutely smoked Price, pointing out that it was Trump who did that, not Biden.
Watch the video:
And this isn’t the only time Biden’s admin has tried to steal Trump’s glory.
Kamala Harris was recently caught trying to take all the credit for the vaccine that Trump worked so hard to accomplish.
Vice President Harris told me in a backstage conversation for “Axios on HBO” that the Trump administration had “no stockpile” of vaccines upon leaving office.
The big picture: “There was no national strategy or plan for vaccinations, we were leaving it to the states and local leaders to try and figure it out,” Harris told me at the White House after leading a virtual COVID event with African-American mayors.
“In many ways, we are starting from scratch on something that’s been raging for almost an entire year.”
Harris said she constantly pushes her team on the question: “Can we do more? Where is there capacity to do more?”
“The suffering,” she said, “is so immense in terms of both the public health crisis, the number of people who have died, the number of people who’ve contracted it, and the economic crisis.”
“So we are in the midst of a hurricane that is still raging, which requires us — each one of us who’s in a position of leadership — to ask constantly, ‘Are we doing enough?'”
It’s certainly a rare occasion to see the press actually stick up for Trump.
This probably won’t be the last time it happens…
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