August 17, 2023

KJP's Account Appears to Share Post Meant for Biden

A post likely meant for President Joe Biden was briefly posted on an account for Karine Jean-Pierre.

The post on X, formerly called Twitter, mentioned a run for president.

“'When I ran for President, I made a promise that I would leave no part of the country behind,' Jean-Pierre’s tweet read in part. The post was deleted, but not before it was archived," Breitbart News reported.

"Critics were quick to mock Jean Pierre for the mistake. Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer, who served in the Trump administration, quipped, 'Do you remember when Biden edged out KJP for the nomination? He was kind enough to make her @PressSec after,'” it added.

"The 49-year-old White House press secretary, tapped by the president in May of last year to replace Jen Psaki, is no stranger to ridicule," the New York Post reported.

"Last July, Jean-Pierre was widely mocked for claiming that 'we are stronger economically than we have been in history' amid soaring inflation," it added.

Jean-Pierre has faced repeated concerns over her responses and lack of responses to questions on behalf of Biden during her time as the White House press secretary.

She previously claimed that inflation had gone up "0%" despite high inflation of 8.5% over the past year in one case.

The press secretary also recently referred to Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI) as a "he" instead of "she" when referring to the senator in connection with the recent Maui wildfires.

The latest online mixup doesn't help, though it is more likely explained as a blunder by the Biden social media team in posting content on the wrong account.

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