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Vice President Kamala Harris spoke at an event organized by a shadowy Democratic network ahead of the group’s annual confab of influential liberal political donors. Harris began the fall meeting of the Democracy Alliance last week by thanking some 150 organizers at the AFL-CIO headquarters “for their work to... Read more
The White House pumped the brakes Tuesday about the prospects of passing "historic" bipartisan legislation over the next two years despite President Joe Biden's repeated vows to work with Republicans following November's midterm election results. Brian Deese, the director of Biden's National Economic Council, addressed the subject when asked... Read more
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said Georgia runoff voters should have President Joe Biden's record in mind as they cast ballots Tuesday. Jean-Pierre, speaking to reporters aboard Air Force One, defended Biden's record during his first two years in office and implied that it means Peach State voters... Read more
President Joe Biden defended himself from criticism that he should visit the southern border while he is in Arizona. "There are more important things going on," Biden told reporters Tuesday on the White House South Lawn. "They're going to invest billions of dollars in the new enterprise in the... Read more
President Joe Biden is traveling to Arizona on Tuesday, where he plans to credit his CHIPS and Science Act as a core reason the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, or TSMC, is pouring billions into new U.S. manufacturing projects. Biden will visit a TSMC "fab" near Phoenix that was announced... Read more
President Joe Biden is tipped to announce a reelection campaign in the new year, according to White House chief of staff Ron Klain. “The president will make that decision. I expect it shortly after the holiday,” Klain said Monday at the Wall Street Journal’s CEO Council summit. “I expect... Read more
President Joe Biden is sticking with the low-key approach to campaigning he took in the midterm elections, avoiding the state of Georgia as its voters decide a Senate runoff between incumbent Raphael Warnock (D-GA) and GOP challenger Herschel Walker. Biden was roundly criticized for skipping the battleground states of... Read more
President Joe Biden's decision to ease U.S. sanctions on Venezuela's oil industry is complicating Democrats' already uneasy relationship with the country's expatriate community stateside. But as Biden contends with a precarious economy and weak consumer confidence, the move seems to concede defeat on whether Democrats can win back voters... Read more
The White House downplayed Twitter CEO Elon Musk's file dump regarding the social media platform's decision to suppress news stories about Hunter Biden's laptop before the 2020 election as a "distraction." "We see this as an interesting — or a coincidence, if I may — that he would so... Read more
President Joe Biden should get full credit for the overperformance of his party in the midterm elections, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre argued on Monday. Democrats beat expectations in November, losing just nine seats in the House and keeping control of the Senate. Biden was largely absent from... Read more
Vice President Kamala Harris will swear in Karen Bass as the first female mayor of Los Angeles. Bass asked Harris, the first black and south Asian woman to be elected vice president, to administer the oath of office, according to a Harris aide. The ceremony will take place next... Read more
The state visit between President Joe Biden and his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, brought to a head a simmering debate over trade policy between the United States and its European allies. Macron brought up, and Biden vaguely pledged to address, how "buy American" subsidies for electric vehicles made in... Read more

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