On Monday, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki tried to mitigate the effect of comments President Biden made last week in which he stated that he supported major league baseball players who wanted to relocate the All-Star game from Atlanta because Georgia GOP governor Brian Kemp signed into law a bill that dealt with voting law.
Biden stated, “I would strongly support them doing that.”
At the White House press briefing on Monday, a reporter asked, “I just wanted to ask you a question about Major League Baseball. The league decided to move its All-Star Game out of Atlanta. That’s something that the President said he supported before. Does he then agree with their decision to move that game out of Atlanta because of the voting law?
Psaki framed Biden’s answer as being supportive of the players’ capacity to make a decision rather than the decision itself. She stated:
Well, I wish I had had this with me on Friday because I got