Stumped? The one basic Biden question Jen Psaki couldn’t answer

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Press secretaries have a hard job, but no job is harder than accounting for a president with few to no achievements after his first year in office.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki was fielding questions from reporters when she was asked about President Joe Biden’s biggest foreign policy achievement, as well as what they learned from their “biggest failure” which the reporter labeled as being the botched Afghanistan pullout.

Psaki didn’t have an answer, which was obvious when she started her response by calling it a “great question.”

“You know, this is a great question and I wanna be thoughtful about it and I wanna talk to the president about it and I’m happy to do that. Go ahead,” she responded, eagerly selecting the next reporter to question.

It was a rather unbelievable display from the one woman you’re supposed to go to in order to get answers out of the administration. And it didn’t go unnoticed by Twitter users:



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