White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki was unable to fulfill a reporter’s request to name a single foreign policy achievement in the Biden regime’s first year, and said she would have to consult with the President on how to answer that question.
During Tuesday’s press briefing, a reporter asked, “Um, two foreign policy questions, the first one, it’s year enders season so I would ask you: what does the administration consider your biggest achievement in foreign policy in this first year, and also what lessons have you learned from what is arguably the biggest failure, which is Afghanistan?”
“You know, this is a great question, I wanna be thoughtful about it, I wanna talk to the president about it, um, and I’m happy to do that,” Psaki said, immediately calling on another reporter before the original questioner could respond.
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Psaki made headlines in November for stating that Biden would not be visiting the families of victims from last month’s terror attack in Waukesha, Wisconsin because “this is such a difficult time of year” and “going to visit a community requires a lot of assets.”
“Well, I would say first as you saw the President convey last week, our hearts go out to this community, to the people in Waukesha, that we’ve been in touch obviously with officials there, we’re all watching as people are recovering and this is such a difficult time of year for this to happen, it’s difficult any tie,” Psaki replied. “Obviously any president going to visit a community requires a lot of assets, requires taking their resources, uh, and it’s not something that I have a trip previewed planned at this planned point in time [sic]. But we remain in touch with local officials, and certainly our hearts are with the community as they’ve gone through such a difficult time.”