White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre spent the bulk of Wednesday’s press briefing fielding questions about the administration’s definition of a recession, noting that economic adviser Brian Deese (before this week) had defined a recession as two consecutive quarters of negative growth. The White House contends that’s not the “technical” definition, and frankly, they’re not worried about it.

They’re also not worried about a new poll saying that 75 percent of Democrats want the party to nominate someone other than Joe Biden in 2024. Jean-Pierre has assured us in the past that Biden doesn’t look at polls, except for those times when he does.

What happened to “Ultra-MAGA”? Did she just forget to say it or is the White House done with that?

It’s pretty well known the Democrats have no bench. When they do poll, it’s the same lineup of losers who ran against Biden in the 2020 primary. Here, again, is what we’re looking at in New Hampshire:

Pete Buttigieg is the name that keeps coming up when people talk about replacing Biden on the ticket, which they’re doing more and more.


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