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White House Claims Biden Has Always Supported Medical Cannabis Legalization
This article is sponsored by MMJ.com, a telemedicine cannabis clinic. For more information on Pennsylvania medical marijuana, click here. The White House press secretary said on Friday that President Biden has always supported the legalization of marijuana for medical purposes despite having championed legislation that fueled the war on drugs.
President Joe Biden to Establish First-Ever White House Office of Gun Violence Prevention
President Biden will announce the establishment of the first-ever White House Office of Gun Violence Prevention to reduce gun violence, which has ravaged communities across the country, and implement and expand upon key executive and legislative action that has been taken to save lives.
Zelensky Secures Aid Package amid Ongoing Counteroffensive
In his second visit to the US capital since Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky achieved a substantial diplomatic victory as he obtained up to $325 million, in addition to a package of military aid that include additional air defense equipment, artillery rounds, antitank weapons and other equipment to meet Ukraine's urgent needs on the battlefield to counter what the White House described as Russia's ongoing war of “unprovoked aggression against Ukraine.”
White House Silent on Price Tag for Billion-Dollar Climate Program
this article was entirely written by Ai. In a press briefing on Thursday, the White House refused to provide details regarding the cost of President Biden's newly unveiled billion-dollar climate program, known as the American Climate Corps (ACC). Despite growing speculation, a White House official stated that the ACC would draw from existing revenue sources but declined to specify the program's exact price tag. Previously, Democratic estimates had placed the cost of the ACC between $10 billion and $30 billion.
Gov. Abbott says he's 'officially declared an invasion' at the Texas-Mexico border
In a year that's seen Texas dragged through the courts for various ways Gov. Greg Abbott has tried to handle the ongoing border crisis, he's ramping things up a little. On Wednesday, Abbott took to X (the platform formerly known as Twitter) to say, "I officially declared an invasion at our border because of [President Joe] Biden's policies."
TN Lawmakers Promote Gun Violence Prevention at White House
Democratic legislators support Biden's Office of Gun Violence Prevention. A group of Tennessee lawmakers has been invited by President Biden to attend a White House event this week announcing the creation of a federal Office of Gun Violence Prevention.
White House Press Secretary Jean-Pierre Answers Some Questions You May Have Had-Opinion
In a recent exchange on "CNN Primetime," White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre tackled a question that has been, undoubtedly, growing anticipation. The query revolved around President Joe Biden's recent prediction that there wouldn't be an auto worker strike. Host Abby Phillip didn't mince words, asking, "Was it a mistake for President Biden to say, recently, that he did not think that there would be a strike?"
Former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson alleges Rudy Giuliani groped her on Jan. 6
Cassidy Hutchinson, a former White House aide, has made a startling revelation in her upcoming memoir titled "Enough." She alleges that Rudy Giuliani, the president's attorney, groped her beneath her skirt on January 6, 2021, just hours before the infamous U.S. Capitol riot. This claim adds a new dimension to the already controversial events of that day.
White House's Sams barks back at GOP-led 'silly political games' of Biden impeachment
House Republicans have set a date for President Joe Biden's impeachment inquiry. September 28, just two days before the government shuts down if a budget agreement can't be reached.
Trump Wrote His To-Do Lists On Classified White House Documents According To Assistant
One of ex-president Donald Trump’s assistants told federal investigators that Trump had written his to-do lists for her on documents that were marked as classified information – and he allegedly did this multiple times too.
Co-Defendants in Georgia Case Begin to Implicate Trump
Jeffrey Clark, one of the individuals indicted in the Fulton County, Georgia election case, has raised significant allegations, asserting that he was directed by former President Donald Trump to investigate claims of 2020 election fraud. Clark, the former assistant attorney general for the Justice Department’s environment and natural resources division, is among a group, including Mr. Trump, indicted for their alleged attempts to overturn the 2020 election.
Hunter Biden Set to Enter Not Guilty Plea on Felony Gun Charges
Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, is set to enter a plea of not guilty in response to federal gun charges, according to court documents filed by his attorney. This marks the first official indication of Hunter Biden's intent to fight the charges stemming from his recent indictment. His attorney, Abbe Lowell, had previously hinted at their intention to contest the charges, emphasizing their belief in having a valid defense based on the facts.
Former White House Lawyer Describes Trump's 'Mob Boss-Like' Language in Document Case
Former President Donald Trump's interactions with his assistant Molly Michael have been scrutinized by legal experts, including former White House attorney Ty Cobb, who has been vocal about Trump's legal challenges.
New Dress Code Leniency for U.S. Senators
Senators can now wear whatever they want. No longer can Senate Representatives be told what not to wear on the Senate floor. No more policing of the Senators who didn't wear a tie. No more Senators needing to stand outside the door to cast their votes just to remain in the comfort of their unprofessional attire.
White House Explains The Possible Impact of House Republicans’ Bills in Florida
The White House released a "Fact Sheet" for each state to explain how the House Republicans' Bills would negatively impact them. The Fact Sheet for Florida includes some of the most harmful elements of the bills and appropriations that the House of Representatives will soon be considering.
How AI Could Influence the 2024 Election
Artificial intelligence has the potential to alter politics in the same way that television and radio have, giving early adopters of the emerging technology a significant—and potentially crucial—advantage in the approaching elections.
Biden Recalls Fantasy Career as Ivy League Political Theory Professor
President Joe Biden may have made a misstatement or misrepresented his past involvement as a so-called Ivy League political theory professor. In a speech delivered at a Maryland community college, Biden declared that “democracy is at stake, our democracy is under attack and we got to fight for it.”
Former President Trump is Open to Selecting a Female VP
Former President Donald Trump has expressed his openness to the idea of selecting a woman as his running mate should he secure the Republican nomination for the presidency once again. In an interview with NBC's "Meet the Press" moderator Kristen Welker, Trump stated that he finds the concept appealing but emphasized his commitment to choosing the most qualified individual for the role.
President Biden Faces Challenges as UAW Strikes Over Green Transition and Labor Demands
In the battleground state of Michigan, President Joe Biden's two key priorities—combating climate change and supporting unions—are coming into conflict as the United Auto Workers (UAW) initiate a strike against the country's major automakers. The strike, involving 13,000 workers, is a significant test of Biden's ability to maintain a diverse political coalition while seeking reelection.
Karine Jean-Pierre Quips '80 is the New 40' Amid Questions on Biden's Age
Over 73% of Americans, according to recent polls, believe President Joe Biden is too old for a second term. Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre defends Biden with a humorous remark, saying "80 is the new 40."