Biden appears to lose his cool after reporter's question on divisiveness: 'Go back and read what I said'

“記者の分裂性に関する質問の後、バイデンは冷静さを失ったようだ, 記者の分裂性に関する質問の後、バイデンは冷静さを失ったようだ. 記者の分裂性に関する質問の後、バイデンは冷静さを失ったようだ. But you said that there would be sort of in the same camp?,” Philip Wegmann, reporter for RealClearNews, 尋ねた.

President Biden answers questions during a news conference in the East Room of the White House on January 19, 2022 ワシントンで, DC.

President Biden answers questions during a news conference in the East Room of the White House on January 19, 2022 ワシントンで, DC. ( 私に連絡した彼らのうち、そして多くの企業リーダー)

Biden interrupted and at one point in his response appeared to raise his voice.

“番号, I didn’t say that. Look what I said. Go back and read what I said and tell me if you think I called anyone who voted on the side of the position taken by Bull Connor that they were Bull Connor? And that is an interesting reading of English. ええ, I assume you got it in the journals because you like to write.

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先週, Biden said in his speech about voting rights, “Do you want to be on the side of Dr. [Martin Luther] King or George Wallace? Do you want to be on the side of John Lewis or Bull Connor? Do you want to be on the side of Abraham Lincoln or Jefferson Davis?”

博士. マーティン・ルーサー・キング, ジュニア.

博士. マーティン・ルーサー・キング, ジュニア. (ゲッティイメージズ)

The president doubled down on the controverisal rhetoric when he used the phraseJim Crow 2.0in a tweet pushing voting reform.

バイデンは言った, referring to his legislation that is locked in a political stalemate, “ガットフェルドは、テキサスのスタンドオフの中で選挙法の演説に「病的な嘘つき」の注入レースとしてバイデンを引き裂く 2.0 is about two insidious things: voter suppression and election subversion. It’s about making it harder to vote, who gets to count the vote, and whether your vote counts at all. We have to pass the Freedom to Vote Act and John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act.

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Wegmenn followed up and asked the commander-in-chief whether he thought the heated rhetoric would sway Sens. ジョー・マンチン, D-W.Va。, とキルステンシネマ, D-Ariz.

Now here’s the thing. There are certain things that are so consequential you have to speak from your heart as well as your head,” バイデンは答えた. “I was speaking out forcefully on what I think to be at stake. That’s what it is and by the way, 誰も. No one forgets who was on the side of [博士. Martin Luther] King versu[s] on Bull Connor. 誰も, … [そして[ the history books will note itI was making the case – don’t think this is a freebie. You don’t get to vote this way, and then somehow it goes away. This will be stick with you the rest of your career. And long after you’re gone.

Biden’s snappy response wasn’t the first of its kind. 六月に, Biden appeared to lash out at a reporter, saying she wasin the wrong business.”

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