At a news conference Monday after returning to Europe with multiple provocative remarks about Russia’s aggression in Ukraine, President Biden Fox told White House correspondent Peter Dusky that he had not been negligent. And despite highlighting his biggest gag and running reports showing Biden attached to it, none of the broadcast evening newscasts dared to mention his indescribable denial. In fact, a couple seems to support him.
As reported by Newsbusters, here is the exchange between Biden and Dusi (click “expand”):
BIDEN: What’s going on?
DUCKY: It seemed like, in the last few days, you told U.S. troops in Ukraine that they were going to Ukraine, it seemed like you said the United States would use a chemical weapon, and that sounds like a call for a change of regime in Russia. And we know –
Biden: None of the three happened.
ABC’s everywhere World news tonightThe mission seemed to support the president when he gave up on everything he had. “These words were unwritten while in Europe. Late today the President said that they are personal, not policy. Anchor David Muir has announced.
National correspondent Terry Moran initially designed the pump for what would happen next because he told Biden with a parrot that he was “not announcing any policy changes.” Expressing his “moral resentment” To Russian dictator Vladimir Putin.
After a report where senior White House correspondent Mary Bruce showed a soundbite pressuring Biden to put pressure on the situation escalated, she closed the report, citing the administration’s response to the apparent outrage. “The White House knows that the president’s words are important, but David, the bottom line is that while it is being criticized as a negligence, the White House is not just looking at it that way.” He announced.
To bring things back to what Moran had hinted, Bruce concluded with Biden’s argument that regardless of the outcome, he should only be able to go into a mental explosion:
The President has no regrets. Biden says Putin’s behavior is unacceptable and he should be able to express his own anger and frustration. In fact, again today, Biden says Putin “should not be in power.”
On CBS Evening NewsAnchor Norah O’Donnell was outraged when he announced that “President Biden surprised the world today when he remarked to Vladimir Putin in Warsaw that he could not stay in power.” He is going to do it. ”
He then suggested that he “clarify” what he had said and put it in a more serious tone when he mentioned it.[t]Tonight he is worried that the remarks could escalate into a war in Ukraine and that Putin could use them as propaganda that the West is trying to oust him. “
CBS senior White House correspondent Ed O’Keefe echoed D’Adnell’s claim that Biden “made it clear that he was expressing a personal opinion, not a change in US policy.”
“Nevertheless, the president today faced questions about his remarks, why he said it,” he lamented.
But on NBC Nightly News, Kelly O’Donnell, a senior White House reporter, did not star in the same book by ABC and CBS. “On Saturday in Poland, defending democracy and Ukraine, the president shut down the script and off-message,” he warned. “It was echoed between friends and foes.”
He ended the video aimed at a new NBC News poll showing that Biden’s approval rating dropped to 40 percent, with 55 percent dissatisfied and 7 out of 10 Americans expressing low confidence in the president’s ability to deal with the war in Ukraine. “
We all know why.
Biden’s denial of Gaffs was excluded when it came to Gaffs because of the lucrative sponsorship from Vicks on ABC, Claritin on CBS and Prevagen on NBC. Their contact information is attached.
Below the transcripts, click “Expand” to read:
Of ABC World news tonight
March 28, 2022
6:32:26 pm East
David Muir: Late today, President Biden is interpreting Vladimir Putin’s words, “For God’s sake, this man can’t stay in power.” These words were unwritten while in Europe. Late today the President said that they are personal, not policy. And our Mary Bruce is asking the president, is she worried about how Putin might react to these words?
6:34:30 pm East
Terry Moran: Today, Biden insisted that he was not announcing any policy changes, but only expressing “moral outrage.”
President Joe Biden: I’m not going back. The fact is that I was expressing the moral resentment I was feeling. [Transition] I want to make it clear, I was not then and now I am talking about policy change. I was expressing the moral resentment I felt and I did not apologize for it.
6:36:35 pm East
Muir: And you see Terry’s report there, in which President Biden stood by his remarks about Vladimir Putin while in Europe, saying “this guy can’t stay in power.” I want to bring Mary Bruce, ABC’s senior White House correspondent, tonight, because Mary, you put more pressure on the president to see if his words could escalate tensions with the Russian leader, if he’s worried about what Putin might do if he hears something like that. . Let’s listen.
[Cuts to video]
Mary Bruce: You have said that you are sure that your remarks will not undermine the diplomatic effort, but are you confident that Vladimir Putin sees it that way?
Biden: I don’t care what he thinks. He is going to do what he is going to do. Putin, look–
Bruce: But you are not worried that he will see your language and see it as a cause of growth, will you use it as an excuse to increase it?
Biden: In light of his recent behavior, people should understand that he is going to do what he wants to do, period. And the idea that he’s going to do something offensive because I called him what he was and what he’s doing I don’t think makes sense.
[Cuts back to live]
MUIR: Well Mary, you pressed the president. Is he worried about what Putin can do? I’m curious what your source is telling you about the president’s party, where they are at all concerned about his words? And tonight, the Russians are also responding?
Bruce: David, tonight, the Russians are calling the president’s remarks “alarming” and “personal insults.” They say it is completely unacceptable.
Now, the White House was quick – it was quick to try to make it clear that the United States was not going to remove Putin in any way. The White House knows that the president’s words are important, but David, the bottom line is that while it is being criticized as careless, the White House simply does not view it that way.
The President has no regrets. Biden says Putin’s behavior is unacceptable and he should be able to express his own anger and frustration. In fact, today again, Biden says Putin, quoting, “should not be in power.” David?
MUIR: Mary Bruce, thank you.
CBS Evening News
March 28, 2022
6:31:45 pm East
Norah O’Donnell: President Biden surprised the world today when he told Vladimir Putin in Warsaw, “You can’t stay in power.” It was hoped he was going to clear those unwritten words. Instead, he made it clear that it was his personal opinion and not a new policy.
The concern tonight is that these remarks will escalate the war in Ukraine, and that Putin may use it as a propaganda tool that the West is trying to oust him.
6:32:35 pm East
ED O’KEEFE: The president’s remarks about Vladimir Putin come at the end of a carefully prepared speech and three days of intense diplomacy. Today, he says the message was intended for the Russian people.
[Cuts to video]
Two days after talking about Vladimir Putin –
PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN: For God’s sake, this person can’t be in power.
O’KEEFE: President Biden has made it clear today that he is expressing personal views, not a change in US policy.
Biden: I wasn’t then and now I’m talking about a change of policy. I was expressing moral resentment which I feel and I do not apologize for it.
O’KEEFE: Nevertheless, the president today faces questions about his remarks, such as why did he say that?
BIDNE: This is just a general piece of information describing that such behavior is completely unacceptable, completely unacceptable.
Anonymous Reporter: Are you worried that this comment could escalate the conflict?
Biden: No, I’m not. I’m not at all. [Transition] The last thing I want to do is fight a ground war with Russia or a nuclear war, not part of it. I was expressing my displeasure at this man’s behavior. It’s offensive.
6: 3425 pm East
O’KEWFE: White House aides say the president’s remarks about Putin’s removal were not part of the text. And is he worried that Putin will see the remarks as an increase?
Biden: I don’t care what he thinks. Look, here’s the deal, he’s going to do what he’s going to do.
NBC Nightly News
March 28, 2022
7:05:05 pm East
Lester Holt: President Biden, tonight, is defending his controversial remarks that Putin “cannot stay in power.” The president did not insist that he was merely announcing “moral resentment” but did not call for a change of government. Kelly O’Donnell has more out of the fall.
[Cuts to video]
Kelly O’Donnell: Back from Europe, President Biden tried to calm down a controversy over his own creation. Who moved allies and sent his administration for a 48-hour cleanup. But today the President is disobeying.
Do you believe that Putin cannot stay in power?
President Joe Biden: I’m not going back. The truth of the matter is, I was expressing the way Putin was behaving and the moral resentment I felt towards the man’s actions.
O’Donnell: In Poland on Saturday, defending democracy and Ukraine, the president shut down the script and off-message.
Biden: For God’s sake, this guy can’t stay in power.
O’DONNELL: It reverbered between friends and foes. The official position of the United States is that it does not want to change the regime of Putin’s government.
Biden: I was not then or now I am talking about a change of policy, I was expressing the moral resentment that I feel and I do not apologize for it.
O’DONNELL: Today, the President says his words do not muddy the crisis.
Does it complicate diplomacy at the moment?
Biden: No, I don’t think so.
O’DONNELL: But there’s a diplomatic pushback. Putin is worried about using Biden’s words as propaganda or provocation. In France today, President Macon, who is still trying to negotiate peace with Putin, said, “We cannot grow in words or deeds.”
Amid the crisis, President Biden’s approval rating dropped to 40 percent, with 55 percent denying in an NBC News poll that 7 out of 10 Americans expressed low confidence in the president’s ability to deal with the war in Ukraine.
[Cuts back to live]
HOLT: And Kelly, Russia, which has faced global outrage for its attack tonight, is using President Biden’s remarks to criticize the United States.
O’Donnell: That’s right, Lester, the Kremlin has said that it is not up to President Biden to decide who will lead the Russian government. However, President Biden said today that he did not believe any of his words would affect Putin’s actions. Lester?
HOLT: All right, Kelly. Thanks.