Psaki Dismisses Gayle King’s Question About ‘Very Bad Behavior’ By U.S.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki on Tuesday denied CBS host Gayle King's allegation that the US had recently shown "very bad behavior" internationally and said the government did not see it that way.
The exchange took place during Psaki's appearance at CBS Mornings, in which she described President Biden's Tuesday speech to the United Nations General Assembly as forward-looking.
"We're still being hammered about how the withdrawal from Afghanistan happened," King said. “Everyone knows, a lot of people think the time has come. It's just the way it was done ... It doesn't look good. You look at what happens to immigration. You look at France now and say it was betrayed by the United States. So I understand that we need to look ahead. But what do we do to justify or explain our seemingly very bad behavior? "
"We don't see it that way," said Psaki.
The interview took place amid a string of failures for the Biden government: the announcement that civilians were killed instead of ISIS-K members in a recent drone strike in Kabul, a rapidly worsening crisis in Del Rio, Texas where thousands of predominantly Haitian migrants under the international bridge, as well as the announcement of France that its ambassadors to the USA and Australia were recalled in protest against the US agreement to sell nuclear submarines to Australia without consulting French officials.
Psaki defended the secret negotiations with Australia in an interview on Tuesday.
"They are dissatisfied with that, but we have a longstanding friendship with them that will last," she said of France.
Psaki also rejected a "dysfunctional" relationship between the US and China, as the United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres claimed.
“We see the relationship through the prism of competition. China is a competitor, but it is not a country that we want to conflict with, ”said Psaki.
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