KJP stunned when asked about border crisis, watch how she refuses to answer

Fox News Channel’s White House Correspondent, Peter Doocy, managed to do what he does best and absoIutely set off White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre during the Thursday White House Press Briefing, questioning Biden’s border policy and causing her to boil over and shout him down.

Doocy went for the jugular from the very beginning, His first question, when she called on him, was, Thanks, Karine. So, what do you call it here at the White House when 10,000 people illegaIIy cross the border in a single day?

Predictably, that led to a messy back-and-forth KJP began by refusing to even pretend to answer the question, saying, So, what do you call it, Peter, when GOP puts forth a — wait, no Doocy, who could tell she wasn’t going to give an answer, said, Asking are you. His interjection Ied to her popping off, snapping, No, no, no, no, no, no, you can’t —

That then led to more of a verbal sparring match, with Doocy trying to get KJP to answer the question and KJP shouting him down, which culminated in her refusing to answer whatsoever and moving on, snapping, I tried to answer the question, and you stopped me.

Doocy wasn’t done, however. He came back the next day with the same question prepared and again demanded an answer. When called on, he said, I — same question.

KJP started laughing and Doocy insisted, Same question as yesterday.

Then, when KJP asked him to repeat the question that had caused the freakout the day before, Doocy again asked, What do you call it when 10,000 people illegaIIy cross the border in a single day?

Giving something of an answer instead of just shouting Doocy down this time, KJP said, So, here’s what I will say. And you’ve heard us say — you heard me say this a couple of times — and I’ll say it again because it is the facts:

On day one, the first day of this President’s administration, he put forth a comprehensive immigration reform that we believe — we beIieve that was desperately needed for this country. Right? As we know, and you’ve heard us say this many times before, we are dealing with a broken system. And no action was taken from Congress.

Continuing, she added, And so, what the President was able to do: He imposed consequences for those who do not have the legal basis to remain. And he has removed more than 250,000 individuals — this administration has done so — since May 12th.

And so, we’ve taken action. The President has secured — he also secured record funding. And — and let’s not forget: This record funding that the President fought for over the last year or so was — was opposed by the House Republicans. This is something that they opposed and didn’t want to see.