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KJP Sidesteps Inquiry on Biden's Reaction to Late-Night Nuclear Call

White House Dodges Questions on Biden's Readiness Amid Mental Fitness Concerns.

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre declined to clarify whether President Joe Biden would respond to a late-night phone call about an incoming nuclear warhead during a press briefing on Tuesday. This question arises amidst increasing scrutiny of Biden's mental fitness for office, including calls from within his own party for him to drop out of the presidential race after his lackluster debate performance against former President Donald Trump.

Fox News reporter Peter Doocy posed the question, referencing Biden's own admission that he is sharpest before 8 p.m. “Say that the Pentagon, at some point, picks up an incoming nuke. It’s 11 p.m. Who do you call? The first lady?”

Jean-Pierre replied, “He has a team that, uh, lets him know of any, of any, news that is pertinent and important to the American people.” She added, “He has someone or, uh, that is decided on with obviously with his national security council on who gets to tell him that news.”

Further inquiries were made regarding the involvement of First Lady Jill Biden in presidential meetings and her role in decision-making processes. Jean-Pierre maintained that President Biden makes the decisions but avoided directly addressing whether Jill Biden advises him.

Reports also suggest that convicted felon Hunter Biden has been attending official White House meetings. When questioned about this, Jean-Pierre responded, “Look, I can’t, I’m, I’m certainly not going to get into private conversations that, that occur.”

The lack of a clear answer on these critical issues raises concerns about the chain of command and decision-making processes within the Biden administration. As national security remains a top priority, the American public deserves transparency about who is truly in charge during potential crises.

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