WH Press Secretary Makes Embarrassing Mistake 4 Times

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The incompetence of the Biden administration has been on full display for the world to see.

During a White House press briefing, Biden’s press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre made an embarrassing mistake that quickly went viral on social media.

Four times in a row, Jean-Pierre incorrectly pronounced the Nobel Prize by using the word “noble.” Watch the clip:

“Jean-Pierre calls the Nobel Prize the ‘Noble Prize’ four times,” political commentator Greg Price responded.

It’s worth noting that Jean-Pierre previously work for 2009 Nobel prize winner Barack Obama.

Here’s the correct pronunciation via Western Journal:

This certainly isn’t the first time that Jean-Pierre has struggled behind the White House podium.

Jean-Pierre was recently unable to answer simple questions by Fox News reporter Peter Doocy about Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan.

Doocy asked, “About the student loans, how can the country afford such a massive handout?”

Jean-Pierre answered, “If you look at what this president has done, if you look at the coming end of the fiscal year, $1.7 trillion that we brought down the deficit. That matters.”

“And if you look at the Inflation Reduction Act, it’s going to add another $300 billion going to bring down the deficit again,” she said.

She continued, “We are doing this responsibly. You heard directly from the president this is something that is going to be important for middle-class Americans.”

“When you think about 90 percent of the folks who are going to actually benefit from this are making $75,000 or less, and you think about what Republicans did just a couple of years ago, they signed off on a $2 trillion tax cut for the wealthy and did not provide any way to pay for that.”

Doocy, looking for a better answer asked, “Who is paying for this?”

“What we are saying is the work that this administration has done, the work that the Democrats and Congress have done, is actually there. And you see that the $1.7 trillion deficit deduction that you see is going to benefit us in being able to do something for the middle class,” the press secretary responded.

Still, Doocy countered, “But when you forgive the debt, you’re not just disappearing debt. So who is paying for this?”

“We’re going to lift the pause [on student loan payments] at the end of this year, which is going to matter, right? Which is going to offset a lot of what we’re doing as well. When you think about the $4 billion that’s going to go back as revenue back into this process of folks paying their college tuition, that matters as well,” Jean-Pierre added in a “smart way.”

Eventually, Jean-Pierre went on to the next reporter.