White House Gets Blasted by Reporters From Politico, WaPo, CNN for Double-Dealing Responses


I previously reported on Democratic lawmakers’ and agents’ whistleblowing regarding how terrible it is to deal with the White House. They consider it rudderless, hopeless, and aimless. Joe Biden doesn’t take action when it comes to doing what needs to be done.

Biden is also leaving behind another important person — Kate Bedingfield, White House communications director, who has been there for some time. We noted that they made this unintentionally funny statement to the Wall Street Journal: “Ms. Bedingfield will be leaving the White House in July to ‘help support President and Administration from the Outside,’ a White House official stated.” She is far away from the White House so she can avoid the fallout.

Biden’s team seems convinced that messaging is the problem. They believe if they change their messaging things will get better. They don’t understand that the real problem is an incompetent leader and bad policies.

But messaging is also an issue. This is why liberal media are losing support.

Multiple outlets complained about the White House’s handling of the story about Kate Bedingfield leaving.

A Politico reporter Alex Thompson revealed that the White House was rude to him when they called. He said he would tell them the story and they put off the task. The story was then relayed to WSJ along with a statement from Ron Klain (White House Chief of Staff).

He then dropped them with a snarky comment that said: “Good luck White House staffer who gets a 2-minute deadline next time.”

Biden can’t even communicate honestly to reporters and yet they are supposed to run the country. It’s possible that Thompson was fired because Politico has been openly critical of the Administration.

However, other reporters shared Thompson’s concerns, suggesting that this wasn’t a one-off issue but an ongoing problem with the Biden Team.

“This sounds familiar!” Tyler Pager, Washington Post White House reporter tweeted.

Alex Ward, Politico’s national security reporter, stated that “The White House does everything.”

“Bad form,” tweeted CNN White House correspondent Kate Bennett.

Ben Collins is a senior reporter for NBC News. He wrote that it appeared like they needed a new director of communication.

Max Tani, a fellow Politico White House journalist, tweeted: “If your not a communications person, it’s YOUR job to interfere with news outlets that you prefer or have given the exclusive to …”

Thompson’s tweet also was shared with Politico reporters Marianne LeVine and Betsy Woodruff Swan, Maggie Haberman, of The New York Times, and NPR’s Scott Detrow and Justin Baragona, from The Daily Beast.

The problem is not with messaging. Biden’s team has proven that they can make things worse when they don’t have it right. It comes from the top. They don’t deal with Americans honestly — journalists and the American people — because the product they’re trying to sell — a competent Joe Biden – isn’t there.

It sounds as if the house is on fire and the cards are beginning to fall.