Get ready to laugh because Joe Biden’s press secretary, KJP, just said the funniest thing about him that has the internet abuzz! In a clip going viral on social media, KJP described Joe Biden with two words – and trust us when we say this will be sure to get your sides splitting. So if you haven’t seen it yet keep watching to get in on the world’s hottest conversation topic of the moment.
President Joe Biden was described by the White House press secretary in two words that will make you laugh until you cry.
During a Tuesday press briefing, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was asked whether Biden is capable of speaking in all forms to the nation.
Jean-Pierre’s response was short and to the point. In her opinion, Biden is the White House’s best communicator.
Yes, really. She just said that straight-faced. The president, Jean-Pierre said, is the best communicator on the team despite the fact he cannot get through a single sentence without tripping over his words.
This is quite funny to think about, as a tweet from RNC Researcher shows, Joe Biden’s communication style is actually REALLY bad.
There have also been comments on Twitter that our country is in serious trouble if Biden really is the best communicator in the White House.
One person commented, “Heaven Help us, If POTUS is the best communicator in the WH.”
Another said, “Awful low bar”
And this person added, “That’s a terrifying thought”
Biden frequently makes embarrassing gaffes, forgets what he is about to say, forgets people’s names when they are right next to him, and struggles to pronounce words properly.
His administration is clearly incompetent if he is the best communicator in the White House.
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre’s answer for the question on whether President Joe Biden was capable of speaking in all forms to the nation had two words that sent Americans into a frenzy. While KJP stated without blinking that Biden was the best communicator in the White House team, people could not help but make calculations of his fumble-prone addresses and ponder if her bar for success is unrealistically low. After all, the American public are far from stupid – they can quickly tell who is an effective speaker and who isn’t.
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