Karine Jean-Paul tweeted a post on X that was meant to be sent from Joe Biden’s account - proving he doesn’t run his own social media accounts which had been widely suspected KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Tuesday, August 15, 2023

Karine Jean-Paul tweeted a post on X that was meant to be sent from Joe Biden’s account - proving he doesn’t run his own social media accounts which had been widely suspected

Karine Jean-Paul tweeted a post on X that was meant to be sent from Joe Biden’s account - proving he doesn’t run his own social media accounts which had been widely suspected.

"Investing in America means investing in ALL of America," read Jean-Pierre's statement on social media. "When I ran for President, I made a promise that I would leave no part of the country behind."

The statement was made on X, the social media platform once known as Twitter, and was posted to the platform at 3:05 p.m. EDT. Less than 30 minutes later, the post was deleted. Screenshots of the deleted post on X have been shared by other users on the platform, with some wondering if the post had been intended to be posted on President Joe Biden's account.

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre on Monday was grilled repeatedly about President Joe Biden's failure to address the deaths and devastation from the wildfires in Hawaii as she refused to say if he'd visit the area in person.

'You could expect to hear from the president on this issue,' she said multiple times without giving any timing as to when. She also argued Biden had spoken about the devastation on Thursday, which was four days ago.

She noted that the devastation from the fire was 'something that the president clearly is deeply concerned about.'

But President Biden has been silent on the issue as the death tolls nears 100. And there has been no word on if he'll head further west to see the billions of dollars in damage and visit displaced residents on Maui, where wildfires raced through the area at a speed of up to a mile an hour. 


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