Biden’s Explosive Reaction – National Security Advisor Denies ‘Shouting and Swearing’ Allegations

Biden’s Explosive Reaction – National Security Advisor Denies ‘Shouting and Swearing’ Allegations

National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan found himself in the spotlight when a reporter confronted him about President Joe Biden’s alleged outburst.

The incident occurred after an NBC News report claimed that Biden had become irate upon learning that his poll numbers had dropped in the swing states of Georgia and Michigan due to his handling of the war in Gaza.

The Question and Sullivan’s Retort

Fox News Channel’s Peter Doocy raised the issue during Monday’s White House press briefing.

He asked Sullivan whether Biden’s uproar was related to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Hamas, or his poll numbers.

Sullivan’s response was sharp and memorable: “This is the ‘when did you stop beating your spouse’ question because I don’t think he ever did that.”

Despite Doocy’s objections, Sullivan stood firm, asserting that he had never witnessed Biden shouting or swearing in response to such matters.

NBC’s Insider Information

According to NBC’s sources, during a private meeting at the White House in January, allies informed President Biden that his poll numbers had dipped significantly in the crucial battleground states of Michigan and Georgia.

A member of Congress even disclosed Biden’s four-letter outburst during that meeting.

Biden’s Stance on Israel

Despite the political storm, Biden remained steadfast in his support for Israel.

He believed that standing with the nation was the right decision, especially in the aftermath of the brutal October 7 terror attack perpetrated by Hamas.

In conclusion, Sullivan’s forceful defense and Biden’s unwavering commitment to Israel have added intrigue to an already tense political landscape.

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