Aug 05, 2022
Doocy puts Jean-Pierre on defense after White House has a gas over $4 per gallon prices: Why is the president bragging?
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Incredulous, Doocy asked, "Are nurses and teachers and firefighters saying gas prices are only $4.11, this is great!"
Jean-Pierre was undeterred. "I'm saying even that little bit of breathing room matters to families, especially during the summer when people are traveling, when people are trying to do what they can for their families, when people are trying to think about, 'what are we going to do with our kids? Drive them to camp? Drive them to see other family members across the country?'
"This matters.When you think about 85 cents per month for family members, you think that doesn't matter for everyday Americans?," she said, appearing to misspeak. She likely meant to say that gas prices have fallen 83 cents per gallon over the past month.
"That matters and the reason we're seeing that is because of the work that this president has done this last several months," she continued.
"To say that the changes, the drop that we have seen at the pump per gallon doesn't matter, I think that is wrong, I think that is not true, and I think that does give a little bit of space, breathing room for families. And I think that is important."
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2 people died after a small plane crashed into a building in Illinois, officials say
(CNN)Two people died after a small plane crashed into a building in Illinois on Saturday afternoon, authorities said.The pilot of the single-engine Mooney M20 reported an engine issue before the aircraft crashed near Highway 116 in Hanna City, about 170 miles south of Chicago, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. There were two people on board the small plane when it went down.Witnesses reported hearing a "sputter" from the plane as it was descending, according to a media release from Peoria County Coroner Jamie Harwood. The pilot "heroically navigated between vehicles on the roadway" before striking a building while landing on a road, the release states. A male occupant of the plane was initially conscious, but his condition "rapidly declined" once he was pulled from the plane, the release said. He was pronounced dead on the scene following efforts to resuscitate him. Read MoreA female occupant was not conscious or breathing when first assessed, and was pronounced dead following efforts to revive her, the release said. "It is unknown at this time whether they were restrained in the plane," the release said. Autopsies are scheduled for Monday. The FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board will investigate the crash.