The White House seemed to conceal an error President Joe Biden made during Friday’s speech on the repeal of Roe V. Wade.
The president seemed to have misread the instructions on the teleprompter that stated “end of quotation” and “repeat line” regarding women’s electoral and political power. Biden was heard to say “end of quotation, repeat
” One of the most extraordinary parts of this decision, in my opinion, is the majority write, and I quote –I’m going to cite now from the majority –‘Women’s electoral and political power is not lacking, it’s notable that the percentages of women who register for voting and vote is consistently higher than that of men,’ end quote, repeat line.”
The White House allegedly released a transcript changing the instructions to dialogue stating, “let me repeat the line,” to cover up his mistake.
The White House’s transcript of Biden’s remarks has been incorrectly aligned to what the assistant press secretary claimed. This is despite the fact that Biden stated “End Of Quote” in his tweet. Repeat the line.” & *not”Let me repeat the line.”https://t.co/fJrzgfdbEy https://t.co/GX3zftIEtB pic.twitter.com/snrRHnHRIr
— Jerry Dunleavy (@JerryDunleavy) July 8, 2022
White House Assistant press secretary Emilie Simons claimed earlier that Biden did not mistakenly read the teleprompter instructions, claiming he said “let me repeat that line.” (RELATED: ‘End Of Quote, Repeat The Line’: Biden Reads Teleprompter Instructions Out Loud During Speech)
No. He said, “let me repeat that line.”
— Emilie Simons (@EmilieSimons46) July 8, 2022
The White House did not immediately respond to the Daily Caller’s request for comment.
The president signed an executive directive directing Secretary Xavier Becerra, Department of Health and Human Services to increase access to contraception and medication abortion. The Federal Trade Commission is being urged to ensure privacy of patients seeking abortion information by requesting that it be incorporated into its regulations.
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