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Peter Doocy Repeatedly Needles Karine Jean-Pierre On Poor Biden Polling In Clip

Fox News reporter Peter Doocy kept poking Tuesday at Karine Jean-Pierre, asking how a “criminal defendant” could be ahead of President Joe Biden in five battleground states. (Watch the video below.)

Doocy was referring to New York Times polls that showed former President Donald Trump, who’s on trial over concealing hush money payments, beating Biden in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada and Pennsylvania. The incumbent won all of those swing states in 2020.

Doocy milked it in an exchange with the White House press secretary.

“Why do you think Americans are so down on President Biden right now?” Doocy asked.

“What do you mean?” Jean-Pierre replied.

“I know you don’t like to talk about polls like the five of six swing states that he is losing right now to somebody who is a criminal defendant, but more broadly, it doesn’t seem like anything you guys are doing is making him more popular,” Doocy said. “Why do you think that is?”

Jean-Pierre said Biden has taken Americans’ hardships “very, very seriously” and “took action” on a pandemic-scarred economy that also took a hit from “Putin’s war,” which sparked gas price hikes.

She noted some of Biden’s victories to stimulate the economy to “make sure that we don’t leave people behind,” including the American Rescue Plan. She touted Biden’s job creation and his efforts to lower health care costs and expand the Affordable Care Act.

“It’s not going to stop us from talking about it,” she said of the economic difficulty. “And it’s also not going to stop us from talking about the contrasts that we see from GOP, Republican congressional members who want to do the opposite of what the president is trying to get done, cutting social security, Medicare, Medicaid.… slashing taxes for

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