Considering that White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre is consistently getting schooled by Fox News’ Peter Doocy, it’s more like she’s that kid in the class. This exchange is actually pretty cute; it looks better on video than in print. Thank goodness we have Doocy in Jean-Pierre’s class because it’s every other reporter in the briefing room that’s continually bringing apples for the teacher.
Jean-Pierre: “Hi Peter. You’re like that kid in the class.”
Doocy: “What kid?”
Jean-Pierre: “I’m expecting an apple. Like a nice shiny red apple.” pic.twitter.com/jxNj1QcTJx
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) August 9, 2022
She’s expecting a real question.
— SaHMee (@SaHMee6) August 9, 2022
— Eduardo (@22Eduard0) August 9, 2022
— Flyover Leesa 🐎 🇺🇸 (@lizza_vb) August 9, 2022
The kid who asks a lot of questions annoys the teacher because she can’t stick to the script.
Weird thing for her to say.
— Orietta Rose 🇺🇲 (@dess_ri) August 9, 2022
The kid in class that asks questions and doesn’t just follow along like a brainless NPC offspring of brainless NPC’s
— The Garden Shears that cut Trudeau’s Hair ✂ (@Illzdemic) August 9, 2022
What a condescending bitch. Knows her boss just took a giant dump on the country but wants to come out trying to curb the only person who even vaguely holds her accountable.
— Deplorable Smirking Walter 🤡🌎 (@Slugbert) August 9, 2022
— Summer Angel 🇺🇸 (@AFawn13) August 9, 2022
… she’s that kid in class that never got to sit with the cool girls! pic.twitter.com/JfBAwen4aH
— 1word2many (@truthsocialpill) August 9, 2022
— 🍊🐊Nosaj Pepe🐸🇺🇸 (@SuspendedTruth) August 9, 2022
She still needs to work harder at being funnier…
— Jersey Dragon (@MobilizedM) August 9, 2022
I find her failing attempts at humor to be pretty funny if not also kind of pitiful.
— Pragmatus (@GreatWallofText) August 9, 2022
It’s pretty pitiful.
Karine Jean-Pierre spins herself dizzy after Peter Doocy asks why Biden’s bragging about gas that’s ‘$1.72 higher than when he took office’ https://t.co/u4kON8EZY9
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) August 5, 2022