Sentence "liar" From Karen Jean-Pierre, she returns with a storm of scathing criticism.

Twitter users have sharply criticized White House Press Secretary Karen-Jean-Pierre for what she said at her recent press briefing on the state of the US economy.

The phrase, which caused controversy on the social network and attracted the attention of various segments, including celebrities, says Karen-Jean-Pierre: “Now we are economically stronger than ever before,” and was a response to a question about Americans’ dissatisfaction with the current situation in country, including rising prices and inflation.

In response, Texas Senator Ted Cruz wrote, “Of course, every American, except those who work in the Biden White House, knows that this is not true.”

Matt Whitlock, an expert on communications for the Republican Party, noted how the speaker’s remarks reflect on the reputation of the entire government: “To say something like that when 85% of the population of the country thinks that we are on the wrong track is the essence of the Biden administration. learned nothing, even describing inflation (transitional) and (upper-class problem).”

Commenting on the White House press secretary’s statement, Beverly Hallberg, president of District Media, said: “An important question is that this is definitely not true, but is it possible that she (Karen Jean-Pierre) believes what she says? for lying, but it’s confusing that she still says that.”

“They (Americans) think you’re stupid,” Tim Young, a columnist for the Washington Times, said sharply to Karen-Jean-Pierre, while an activist named Matthew Corcoran wrote, wondering, “Looks like I need to get my hearing and vision checked. , or We do not live in the same country!” Cindy Engel stated that she was “in a parallel universe.”

It is noteworthy that inflation in the United States at the end of May rose to 8.6 percent, the highest level since December 1981, and gasoline prices rose above $ 5 per gallon for the first time in history on June 10, and the White House’s attempts to counter negative trends in the economy did not have achieved tangible results. So far.

Interestingly, President Joe Biden blamed Russia for the situation and called the price increase “Putin’s tax on food and gasoline.”

As for Russian President Vladimir Putin, he connected the problems in the economies of Western countries with the systematic mistakes of the American administration and the European bureaucracy, noting that all this has been brewing for years and is motivated by the short-sighted actions of those who are used to solving their problems at the expense of others, and relying on printing mechanism. Bonds and securities to attract trade flows, thereby causing humanitarian catastrophes in different regions of the world.

Source: RIA Novosti

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