Joe Biden on Monday outlined his 2023 budget proposal in Congress with his OMB director Shalanda Young.
Biden took some questions from reporters after his remarks.
NBC’s Kelly O’Donnell asked Joe Biden if he regretted that Russian President Vladimir Putin should not be in power.
Joe Biden gave the bill on Saturday evening in Warsaw, Poland, as a “key address” for the White House.
Biden cut off his speech, which was either a change of policy or a gossip, just like his remarks about the US troop deployment in Ukraine on Friday.
Biden said, “For God’s sake, this man [Putin] You can’t stay in power. “
Biden’s handlers immediately went into clean-up mode and ‘clarified’ Biden’s remarks about regime change.
According to Axios and the Washington Post, Biden’s last line to remove Putin was not on his teleprompter.
So Dementia Joe has only obscured it and escalated tensions with nuclear power for no apparent reason.
“Do you believe that you have said that Putin cannot stay in power, or that you are now regretting saying that because your government is trying to get behind that? Are you complicating things?” NBC’s Kelly O’Donnell asked Biden.
Side note: Since when has the White House been a separate entity from Joe Biden?
“I’m not backing down at all,” Biden said before admitting he had no control over his emotions. “I was outraged by the way Putin was behaving – and this man’s actions – just barbarism – half the children of Ukraine – but I want to make it clear, I was not then and I am not saying yet. Policy change. “
Biden said he had “no apology” for expressing his “personal feelings” towards Putin.
Reporter: “Do you believe that you said Putin could not stay in power, or do you regret saying that because your government is trying to walk behind it?”
Biden: “I’m not backing down at all.” pic.twitter.com/sHSEVWb05c
– Washington Free Beacon (@Fribicon) March 28, 2022
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