Doocy asks Psaki if the administration is concerned the event to commemorate Ketanji Brown Jackson's confirmation will be a superspreader event like the Amy Coney Barrett one was. Psaki reminds him vaccines were not available back then. pic.twitter.com/2qLH7HzCql
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) April 7, 2022
“When the last president wanted to host a big event for a Supreme Court nominee here at the White House, some folks got COVID and then-former Vice President Biden called it a ‘super-spreader event,’” Doocy said, asking, “So, is there any risk that this event tomorrow for a Biden Supreme Court — now, Justice, is gonna be a super-spreader event?”
Doocy: "How can you guys say that President Biden was not a close contact with speaker Pelosi when there's video of the speaker kissing him?"
Psaki: The CDC's "definition of it is 15 minutes of contact within a set period of time, within six feet. It did not meet that bar." pic.twitter.com/T7U8kE5EoR
— Washington Free Beacon (@FreeBeacon) April 7, 2022