Biden pushes infrastructure in bipartisan meeting

Remigio Civitarese
Marzo 5, 2021

Former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Thursday she didn't need to a "ton of circling back" with reporters because of the access afforded her by former President Donald Trump, in a reference to successor Jen Psaki's go-to line when she can't directly answer questions.

Reacting to a "Fox & Friends" montage of Psaki saying she would "circle back" with various reporters during her six weeks with the Biden White House, McEnany said she had the advantage of knowing where Trump stood on issues. "It not only creates jobs, but it makes us a helluva lot more competitive around the world if we have the best infrastructure", Biden said.

"I always knew where my boss stood".

Psaki has held daily press conferences after the Trump White House largely eschewed the practice over McEnany's term, but Trump was known for his openness with the press.

"Simply giving freedoms causes Joe Biden - the great uniter - to call us Neanderthals among other words that his predecessor Hillary Clinton did as well", McEnany said, Fox News reported.

When Faulkner directed him toward Biden's comments, Patrick ripped the "Neanderthal thinking" from multiple Democratic state governors before taking an extraneous swipe at the president.

"It's exactly like the campaign". That was his strategy all along, ' she told Fox News.

"I think the president, what everybody saw yesterday, was a reflection of his frustration and exasperation, which I think many American people have, that for nearly a year now people across the country have sacrificed, at many times they haven't had information they need from the federal government", Psaki told reporters at a briefing, The Hill reported.

'Transparency is what he offered, and Joe Biden vowed transparency. Now he's set a 100-year record for not going to the podium'.

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