Karine Jean-Pierre believes gas prices are ‘nuanced’

Karine Jean-Pierre believes gas prices are ‘nuanced’

Karine Jean-Pierre, the press secretary for the White House, was questioned on Tuesday about whether President Joe Biden was to blame for the recent increase in petrol prices after claiming credit for it earlier this summer.

So it’s much more complex than that, correct? She responded to Peter Doocy of Fox News Channel’s inquiry. Peter, you’re aware of this.

Since the start of the coronavirus epidemic, the United States and other nations have faced “global problems,” according to Jean-Pierre.

She said, “Both the epidemic and Putin’s war have occurred.”

The press secretary said that Biden deserves praise for discharging oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve and, more generally, for enacting laws like the CHIPS Act and the Inflation Reduction Act.

And ensuring that we could do all in our power to lower that cost for American families and give them a little more breathing space. And we saw it, she added, “we saw that every day this summer.

Additionally, Jean-Pierre said on Tuesday that there were no intentions to release more gas from the SPR.

By pointing out that petrol costs more than $6 per gallon in California and more than $5 per gallon in Nevada and Oregon, Doocy pushed her.

Who has the money for that? Doocy enquired.

And we understand it,” said Jean-Pierre in response. That is why the president has been working so hard over the last several months to ensure that we are doing everything possible to lower gas costs.

Doocy was “pulling out a few of regions around the nation,” according to the press secretary, where gas costs are also the highest.

We are aware that there is still work to be done, she said.

Doocy then brought up the president’s trip to Saudi Arabia in July, which was slammed by the families of the 9/11 victims and Jamal Khashoggi’s killers but was seen as crucial because of the high cost of fuel.

‘It was not for oil that he traveled to the Middle East. Similar to his summits in Asia or the Americas, and later this year with African leaders, it was about America’s role in the Middle East and consultation with 12 leaders from throughout the area on a variety of topics,’ Jean-Pierre added.

She referred to it as “vital” and “crucial” for American security.

The reasons why this trip was so crucial were shown to you all in great detail, she continued.

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