White House juggling 'multiple crises' between Afghanistan, ハリケーンアイダ, 役人は言う

カリーヌジーンピエール, ホワイトハウス副報道官, ルイジアナに向かう途中のエアフォースワンに乗って金曜日にプレスギャグルを開催しました, where President Biden is scheduled to meet with local leaders and take an aerial tour to assess the damage from recent Hurricane Ida.


Jean-Pierre was asked by a reporter about a number of recently published polls, including one by Washington Post-ABC News showing that Americans approve of removing U.S. アフガニスタンからの軍隊, but do not approve of Biden’s handling of the withdrawal.

“上手, let me just say, I know there’s been a lot of polls and conversations about, ええと, the different multiple crises the president has to deal with right now. だが […] this is the role of the president, 正しい?, to make sure that we keep working. We have addressed multiple crises at the same time,” answered Jean-Pierre.

The deputy press secretary said that Biden’sstrong and capable teamwere able to adapt quickly and work on the Afghanistan airlift to get as many people out of the country as possible.

Jean-Pierre went as far as to say that under Biden’s leadership, the Afghanistan withdrawal becameone of the most historic airlifts that was able to happen.

She failed to mention the 13 我ら. service members who were killed during the airlift operation and the estimated hundreds of Americans who remain behind in the country that has been taken over by the Taliban.

Jean-Pierre also stated that Hurricane Ida is among thedifferent crisesBiden is currently working on.

Biden traveled to Louisiana Friday to meet with FEMA and local leaders at St. John Parish’s Emergency Operations Center. He is expected to give remarks after assessing damage caused by the storm on an aerial tour of Laffite, Grand Isle, Port Fourchon and Lafourche Parish.

少なくとも 43 people have been reported dead after historic rains linked to Hurricane Ida flooded northeastern states on Wednesday night and Thursday morning.