White House official humiliates Joe Biden in stunning video

Biden made a major mistake in picking staff based off agenda instead of experience. Now he’s paying the ultimate price.

Because this White House official humiliated Joe Biden in a stunning video.

When asked to describe President Joe Biden’s best foreign policy success in 2023, White House national security spokesman John Kirby stumbled on Thursday.

During the final press conference of the year, CBS News’ Ed O’Keefe asked Kirby to reflect on the year and name the most significant success.

Kirby paused for a moment, claiming he was out of time and that Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre asked him to leave.

“There’s a lot we’ve achieved in foreign policy … ” he began.

“You know, we’re running late, and I don’t want to belabor this,” he continued, saying that the answer would take 20 minutes.


Kirby eventually listed the “Quad” alliance in the Indo-Pacific, the Australian nuclear submarine deal, helping Ukraine hold Russia back, and helping Israel “put pressure on Hamas.”

(In fact, former President Donald Trump established the Quad partnership in 2017.)

Finally, he stated that his greatest accomplishment was “shoring up alliances.”

“I think if I had to bucket into one thing, one of the most important things he’s done on the foreign policy front is shore up and revitalize our vast network of alliances and partnerships. No other nation in the world has that kind of a network at their disposal.”

Kirby stated that Biden took the time to invest in connections that “had been let lapse” by President Donald Trump.

This isn’t the first time Biden has been embarrassed by his personnel choices.

Just a few weeks ago, after more slop from John Kirby, Karine Jean-Pierre was asked a simple question by an African Journalist.

“Can I ask you a follow-up on Angola?” Simon Ateba asked National Security Council spokesman John Kirby after he finished answering another reporter’s question on a different topic.

Jean-Pierre, who was calling on reporters to ask questions of Kirby, ignored Ateba and called on a different reporter.

“It is so surprising that you don’t take — you are receiving an African leader, but you can’t take a question from an African journalist,” Ateba said after being skipped over.

“OK, we can end this briefing right now,” Jean-Pierre said as Ateba protested.

Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal.

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