Fox News Reporter Trolls Biden’s Claims of ‘Years of Experience’

Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doocy revealed the epic failure of the Biden administration making claims that President Joe Biden’s years of experience are helping him lead the nation.

“President Biden promised to bring decades of D.C. experience to the Oval Office but Build Back Better has not passed, voting rights apparently not going to pass, and vaccine requirements that he  likes are apparently illegal. What happened?” Doocy asked White House press secretary Jen Psaki.

Psaki shot back her list of Biden accomplishments, but failed to directly answer Doocy’s question.

She referred to the passing of the American Rescue Plan, as well as the infrastructure plan. Psaki also emphasized the nation’s lowered unemployment rate.

But the real issue is not that a few things happened that Biden tried to pass. Instead, it’s the growing list of problems that he has failed to address and has often made worse.

What about the 1.7 million people who illegally crossed the border last year? No plans to solve that. What about the president’s failures in Afghanistan? No answers. Supply chain crisis? No again. Worker shortage. Nope.

We’re not comparing apples to apples in this exchange. Instead, watch the video and see how far the White House has to stretch to come up with anything positive.


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