The White House on Monday tried to downplay President Joe Biden's responsibilities on crime, telling reporters that the problem is "complicated." Fox News reporter Peter Doocy questioned White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre about crime during the daily briefing, asking her whether Biden believes that America's major cities are safe. Referring to a recent New York Times article on rising crime, Jean-Pierre noted "the crime is complicated and multifaceted" and pivoted to promoting Biden's spending bills. Doocy noted murder rates in major cities were still stubbornly high, and that thefts and robberies in major cities increased by around 20 percent in the first half of 2022. Jean-Pierre responded by blaming high crime rates on former President Donald Trump, noting that Biden "inherited a rising crime rate" when he took office. When Doocy asked again whether Americans in major cities should feel safe, she replied, "It is not a yes or no question, it is very much a question of what has he done, that's how we see the question." Doocy further pressed the questions on crime and safety, asking Jean-Pierre about her predecessor, former White House press secretary Jen Psaki, warning Democrats about their vulnerabilities on crime. "In Pennsylvania, the… Read full this story
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