tv President Biden Visits Michigan Cherry Farm CSPAN July 4, 2021 1:49pm-2:06pm EDT
while supports c-span as a public service. along with these other television writers area giving you a front proceed to democracy. >> on saturday, president biden paid a visit to michigan where he toward a cherry orchard. after meeting with farmworkers and greeting supporters, he picked up some items at the market and took some questions from the press.
pres. biden: good. >> a little warm out there. how about the box? >> let me know if i can ask you a question. the most recent attack by the russians -- pres. biden: we are not sure it was the russians. i got a brief on the plane, that's why i was late today. i will be in better shape to talk to you about it. i will tell you what they sent me.
first of all, we are not sure who it is, number one. i directed the full resources of the government to assist in the response if we determine -- what else? >> you're all set. pres. biden: the director of the intelligence community gave me a deep dive on what has happened and i will know better tomorrow, and if it is, fever -- either with the knowledge of our consequence of, i have told putin we will respond. i haven't called because we are not certain. the initial thinking it was not the over -- the initial thinking is it was not the russian
government, but we are not sure. reporter: [indiscernible] reporter: what brought you here? pres. biden: cherry pie. look, the rules are the rules, i was really proud of the way she responded. thank you. >> on june 13, 1971, the new york times began publishing the pentagon papers, a classified history of the vietnam war. this event subsequently led to the creation of a special investigative unit in the nixon white house which became known as the plumbers. an author formally from them
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