Biden’s spokesman was suspended for a week for threatening a journalist

“I’m going to destroy you,” he would have specifically declared DJ Douglas According to the account of the incident made by “Vanity Fair” to this political correspondent Tara Palmer.

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He was part of Joe Biden’s campaign team. A spokesman for the US president threatened a journalist on Friday, February 12 and suspended him for a week for making sexually explicit remarks during a telephone conversation. “I will destroy you”, Especially as announced DJ Douglas To this political journalist Tara Palmer, according to the account of the incident Vanity Fair.

The latter contacted him to ask him about his close relationship with Alexi McCamond of the Axios site, another journalist, and the ethical questions this might raise. “DJ Douglas apologizes to reporter for having a heated conversation about his personal life”, Reacted Jen Zaki, spokesman for the U.S. executive. “The first to admit that his conduct did not meet the standards set by the President.”, He added.

The day he arrived at the White House, Joe Biden publicly warned his teams that he would not tolerate any baldness. “I’m not joking when I say this: If you’ve worked with me, I promise I will fire you immediately if I hear you treat a colleague with contempt, or if you are insulted.”, He began.

One week after being asked during his daily press conference about the gap between this presidential promise and the relatively soft endorsement – one week of suspension – Zen Zaki, who decided against his deputy, “It will not happen again. It will not be tolerated in the White House.”, She replied.

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