Wow: Net Hammer Biden’s ‘Shocking,’ ‘Terrible Gap’, ‘Backlash’ Rises

We arrive at another vague moment in Joe Biden’s gaff-prone administration. Even the liberal network newscasts on Sunday and Monday hit the president’s “surprise” call for a change of government in Russia (and then withdrew), portraying it as a “terrible negligence” with increasing “reactions.”

ABC, CBS and NBC usually try to ignore the latest wrong or horrible vote for Biden, but sometimes the reality cannot be ignored. During a speech in Poland on Saturday, Commander-in-Chief Vladimir Putin called for a change of government: “For God’s sake, this man cannot stay in power.”

On monday Good morning America, Terry Moran explained, “The announcement was met with immediate response. The administration is not aiming to oust Putin. Minutes later, reporter Mary Bruce described the administration as “in clean-up mode.”

He then addressed Biden as if he were a misguided schoolboy: “But words are important, especially to the President of the United States. There are concerns that this remark, whether intentional or not, could be seen as an increase and undermine diplomatic efforts to end the war. ”

On monday CBS Morning“The White House is in a mode of damage control after President Biden closed the script about Vladimir Putin,” acknowledged Tony Dokupil. He described the moment as “surprising”: “This morning, people are asking what President Biden wanted to reveal when he said that the Russian president, quoting, ‘can’t stay in power.'”

Reporter Weizia Jiang strongly highlighted the GOP condemnation: “Idaho Senator James Rich, a ranking Republican member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, quoted President Biden as saying, ‘Horrible gossip.’

End of Sunday TodayWillie Geist described the remarks as “an off-the-cuff comment about Vladimir Putin that shocked the diplomatic world.” On monday TodayPeter Alexander recalls, “This was the latest in a string of unwritten remarks by President Biden that contradicted his administration’s own messaging.”

Alexander added that Gaff had “persuaded French President Emmanuel Macron to distance himself from the words of President Biden.”

Sometimes, even liberal journalists on ABC, CBS and NBC can’t fix the president’s recent gossip. However, not everyone gave up. On Saturday, CBS correspondent Mark Noller unreasonably tweeted:

Memo to CBS: Reagan doesn’t have to come out to the White House and say, “Please ignore what the president has to say about the Berlin Wall. He wants to hold on. ”

A partial replica is below. Click “Extend” to read more.

CBS Morning
3/28/2022
7:10

Tony Dokupil: The White House is in damage control mode after President Biden closed the script about Vladimir Putin.

Joe Biden: For God’s sake, this guy can’t stay in power.

DOCUPIL: We’re going to talk about the latest developments in the Ukraine war this morning. This morning, people are asking what President Biden wanted to reveal when he said that the Russian president “cannot stay in power.” The president made the remarks during a meeting with Ukrainian refugees on Saturday. Mr Biden and other officials say he did not want to call for a change of government in Moscow. His increasingly powerful rhetoric, however, raises concerns in the world about what could happen next in the wake of the Ukraine war. Weijia Jiang is following all this and is at the White House this morning.

Senator James Rish: Please, President, stay in the script.

Weijia Jiang: Idaho Senator James Rish, a ranking Republican member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, called President Biden’s remarks a “quote, terribly careless.”

RISCH: Any time you say or even suggest, as he did, suggest that the policy was regime change, it will cause a huge problem.

Jiang: Critics are concerned that this will empower Putin at a crucial time when peace talks are already fragile, and that inflammatory rhetoric has overshadowed the main mission of the president’s visit to Europe, urging Western nations to remain united against Russia.

Good morning America
3/28/2022

7 AM Tees

George Stefanopoulos: Strong resistance. Ukraine is reclaiming territory, forcing Russian troops to withdraw after President Biden’s emotional speech in Poland.

Joe Biden: For God’s sake, this guy can’t stay in power.

Stefanopoulos: The president is now saying that he is not calling for a change of government in Russia.

George Stefanopoulos: We are getting the latest information about the second month of the war in Ukraine. Russia has stopped, but is still pushing Ukrainian cities. President Biden’s aides are urging Vladimir Putin to rescind his immediate declaration that he will not be in power.

Moran: President Biden’s keynote address in Warsaw included all of this, where he reiterated US support for Ukraine, called Vladimir Putin a war criminal, and then, perhaps caught at the moment, went one step further.

Joe Biden: For God’s sake, this guy can’t stay in power.

Moran: There was a reaction to that announcement. The administration is not aiming to oust Putin.

STEPHANOPOULOS: A weekend scrambling at the White House.

Mary Bruce: They must be in clean-up mode. Looks like it was an unwritten moment of pure frustration from the president. But words are important, especially to the President of the United States. There are concerns that this remark, intentional or not, could be seen as an increase and undermine diplomatic efforts to end the war. Biden is being criticized for this and key allies are being forced to respond. French President Macron has said he will not use such words and that the president must not escalate the situation. Now, the White House is quick to back down, reiterating that they have no policy to change the regime.

Good morning America
3/27/2022

Geo Benitez: It’s walking backwards. This morning, President Biden faces down for his fiery remarks about Vladimir Putin.

Mary Alice Parks: Experts are concerned that one line could significantly damage the chances of a diplomatic end to this war.

Today
3/27/2022

Willie Geist: President Biden, meanwhile, returned to the White House this morning from an overnight tour of Europe that ended with a scathing speech in Warsaw that included an off-the-cuff remark about Vladimir Putin that shocked the diplomatic world.

Today
03/28/22
7:01 a.m.

(…)

Hoda Kotab: Controlling the damage, President Biden was forced to retract his own remarks aimed at Vladimir Putin during a fiery speech.

Joe Biden: For God’s sake, this guy can’t stay in power.

(…)

8:06 a.m.

Craig Melvin: Meanwhile, The White House is returning an off-script comment from President Biden Against Russian President Vladimir Putin during a weekend speech in Poland. That controversy has overshadowed efforts to rally more support behind Ukraine.

(…)

Peter Alexander: But for President Biden, who promoted the idea that the president was important, it was not the nine words in the script that critics feared could escalate an already tense standoff with Moscow.

(…)

Alexander: The provocative comment was off-script and off-message.

(…)

Alexander: Still, The off-the-cuff comment quickly spread around the world, Putin’s spokesman immediately fired back. “It simply came to our notice then. The president of Russia is elected by the Russians, “he said. Here in the United States the push-back among senior lawmakers was equally rapid. A leading Republican is calling it “horrible negligence.” Otherwise in good speech.

Sen. James Rich [R-ID]: My God, I want them to put him in the script.

(…)

Alexander: It was the latest in a string of unwritten remarks by President Biden that left him in conflict with his administration’s own message. Talking to U.S. troops, he suggested they could move toward Ukraine, although the White House later reiterated that the United States was not sending troops there. And later, during a visit with Ukrainian refugees, Putin offered this blunt assessment.

Biden: He’s a butcher.

Alexander: As a result, French President Emmanuel Macron distanced himself from President Biden. It says, “If we want to do this, we must not increase – not by words, not by deeds.”

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