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Peter Doocy bulldozes through Jean-Pierre spin after gas prices start to climb again

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Fox News journalist Peter Doocy bulldozed through the Biden administration's narratives on gas prices during the media briefing with White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre.

President Joe Biden (D) had declared victory on lowering gas prices months ago but has grown quieter after a recent surge in pricing again.

"You said the president was responsible for gas prices coming down. Is the president responsible for gas prices going up?" Doocy asked on Tuesday.

"So, it's a lot more nuanced than that, right?" Jean-Pierre responded.

"Peter, you know this. There have been global challenges that we have all have dealt with, when I say 'all' I mean other countries, as well, have dealt with, since the pandemic, there's been pandemic and there's been [Russian Federation President Vladimir] Putin's war," she continued.

"And Putin's war has increased gas prices at the pump. We have seen that over the past several months," Jean-Pierre added. "And what the president has been able to do, he took some historic steps, when you think about the strategic petroleum reserve, and making sure that he, we were able to do everything that we can to bring that cost down for American families, give them a little bit more of a breathing room."

Doocy went on to point out that consumers in some areas of the country were paying up to $6.41 a gallon for gas.

"Who can afford that?" he asked.

"And we understand that!" Jean-Pierre responded. "That's why the president works so hard the past several months to make sure he did everything we can to bring gas prices down!"

Jean-Pierre went on to keep praising Biden for the "historic actions" he took to lower gas prices despite the recent increases.

The American Automobile Association calculated that the national average for a gallon of gas was $3.80. Prices hit a high of about $5.01 per gallon in June but have fallen for several months before reversing course.

Despite the drop, Americans are still paying about $1.50 more, or 60% more, than they did when Biden was inaugurated in January 2021.

Here's the video of Doocy crushing Jean-Pierre:

Doocy TRAPS Press Sec. Into Regretting Everything When Gas Prices Go Back Upwww.youtube.com

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