White House bristles at suggestion Biden successes come while 'working from home'

White House bristles at suggestion Biden successes come while ‘working from home’


The White House objected to a reporter’s suggestion Tuesday that President Joe Biden’s recent string of successes had something to do with the fact that he has been out of the public eye since testing positive for COVID-19 in late July.

The Washington Post’s Tyler Pager asked White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre if “it’s just coincidence that” these recent successes, including the passage of the Chips and Science Act, the reconciliation agreement, and the killing of a top al Qaeda leader, all “happened while he has largely been isolating in the White House.”

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The reporter further noted that Biden “had a successful 2020 campaign where he

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