Reporters are frustrated with the White House, and somehow that's not surprising. Is there anyone who is not frustrated with the White House?
"White House reporters are airing their grievances regarding White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre as rumors swirl that relations are reaching what has been described as a 'boiling point' with the press secretary whom they once heralded for 'making history,'" reports Breitbart.
Oliver Darcy of CNN said he spoke with "more than a half-dozen White House reporters" who said that frustrations are growing with Karine Jean-Pierre, given her clear inability or unwillingness to deviate from her pre-rehearsed talking points.
"Jean-Pierre’s false claim last week, telling reporters that the search through President Biden’s classified documents was competed on Wednesday, has added to these growing frustrations," reports Breitbart.
"The search was concluded last night," Jean-Pierre said to reporters in a press briefing. "He [Biden] is confident in this process."
Turns out Jean-Pierre was dead wrong as the timeline was contradicted when the White House admitted five more documents had been found the next day.
"Jean-Pierre later claimed to not know that she was misleading the public on the matters regarding the classified documents found at President Biden’s private residence," reports Breitbart.
"I had the information that you all had at the time," said, defending herself, saying that she has been "forthcoming from this podium."
The Press Secretary did not offer further information, but instead told reporters she would remain "prudent" and refused to provide any new details about the documents discovered in Biden's Delaware home.
"Look. Guys. You guys can ask me 100 times. 200 times if you wish. I’m going to keep saying the same thing… we’re just going to try to move on here, and we’re going to move on," she said.
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