Biden tells Doocy ‘Son of a Bitch’ remark nothing personal

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Biden tells Doocy ‘Son of a Bitch’ remark nothing personal

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“Nothing Personal, Pal”: Biden Phones Doocy After Calling Him “Stupid Son Of A Bitch”

Shortly after Joe Biden was caught on hot mic calling Fox News‘ Peter Doocy a “stupid son of a bitch” for asking a question  the US president called the reporter to “clear the air” following the incident.

Biden called Doocy “within about an hour” to tell him that the remark was “nothing personal,” before reportedly encouraging Doocy to continue asking tough questions.

I made sure to tell him [Biden] that I’m always going to try to ask something different than what everybody else is asking and he said ‘you’ve got to,’” Doocy told Fox News anchor Sean Hannity last night. “And that is the quote from the president, so I will keep doing it.”

When Hannity asked if Biden actually apologized, Doocy said “He did clear the air and I appreciate it,” adding “We had a nice call.”

He–that’s not an answer. Did he apologize? That doesn’t sound like an apology,” Hannity responded.

He said, ‘it’s nothing personal, pal,” Doocy said. “I told him that I appreciated him reaching out. Hey, Sean, the world is on the brink of, like, World War III. With all the stuff going on, I appreciate that the president took a couple minutes out this evening while he was still at the desk to give me a call and clear the air, but I don’t need anybody to apologize to me.”

Watch:

.@SeanHannity: “Did he apologize?”

Doocy: “He did clear the air & I appreciate it. We had a nice call.”

Hannity: “He — that’s not an answer. Did he apologize? That doesn’t sound like an apology.”

Doocy: “He said, ‘it’s nothing personal pal.'” pic.twitter.com/g8GPfcHOk5

— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) January 25, 2022

Doocy said the call was “enough” and that the two can “move forward” from the incident.

Doocy: “[T]hey keep calling on us at the briefing & [he] said, ‘nothing personal, pal’ and I — I think that’s enough. That’s enough, so we can move on. We can now move forward. There will be years — three to seven years of opportunities to ask him about different stuff.” (6/6) pic.twitter.com/IlQLYuXfii

— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) January 25, 2022

(h/t Daily Caller)

We can’t help but wonder if the press corps misses Trump yet.

Tyler Durden
Tue, 01/25/2022 – 10:31


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