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Sep 29 2023
President Joe Biden placed a big bet that he could sell an improving economy under the banner of “Bidenomics.”
Three months later, some allied Democrats fear he’s made a serious misstep.
Several top Biden allies have privately raised concerns about the phrase to the White House, according to two people familiar with the backchanneling.
And Rep. Steven Horsford, who chairsPolitico
Dec 05 2023
While much of the talks at this week's winter meetings in Nashville have focused on the possibility of Dylan Cease being traded, the White Sox added a needed starting pitcher Tuesday. Erick Fedde, a 30-year-old righty who floundered over parts of six seasons with the Nationals before turning it around in Korea in 2023, signed a two-year, $15 million contract with the Sox. Pitching for the NCThe Daily Herald
Nov 17 2023
White House Slams Elon Musk For Repeating ‘Hideous Lie Behind the Most Fatal Act of Antisemitism’ in US History
In a statement provided to Mediaite, White House spokesperson Andrew Bates condemned Twitter/X owner Elon Musk for his agreeing to a wildly anti-Semitic comment on his platform, calling his statement “abhorrent.” It is unacceptable to repeat the hideous lie behind the most fatal act of Antisemitism in American history at any time, let alone one month after the deadliest day for the JewishMediaite
Sep 15 2023
The White House said Friday that President Joe Biden would not pardon his son, Hunter Biden, if he’s convicted on any of the gun charges brought against him Thursday. White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said no when asked Friday — neither a pardon or commutation would be coming from the president. Hunter Biden was charged Thursday on three criminal counts related to making falseNewsmax (News)
Nov 13 2023
Trump aide told Georgia election case defendant ‘the boss is not going to leave’ White House: Report
Attorney Jenna Ellis informed Georgia prosecutors that one of former President Donald Trump’s top advisers told her after the 2020 election that “the boss is not going to leave under any circumstances,” according to a report. Ellis, 39, flipped on Trump, 77, last month in the Fulton County, Ga., election fraud case, agreeing to cooperate with District Attorney Fani Willis’ office and pleadNew York Post (News)
Oct 23 2023
The White House is launching new efforts to tout private sector investments in climate-friendly power generation — and make the information accessible at the project level.
Driving the news: Officials are today adding "clean" generation projects — like solar, wind and storage — to the Invest.gov site launched in June that maps various kinds of investments.
There's also a newAxios
Sep 13 2023
The White House ripped House Speaker Kevin McCarthy's (R-CA) decision to direct three Republican committee chairmen to initiate an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden and his family's business dealings. "I'm going to refer you to my colleagues over at the counsel's office on any specifics to the inquiry," press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters Wednesday of the Office of theWashington Examiner
Sep 13 2023
During a press conference on Wednesday, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre walked out as a reporter pressed her for answers on why Biden interacted with Hunter Biden’s business associates. "Can you explain why the president interacted with so many of his son's foreign business associates? More than half of voters told CNN they believe the president was involved and he lied. You canThe Post Millennial
Oct 07 2023
The White House released a terse condemnation of the early-morning attack on Israel by Hamas on Saturday. Shortly after Hamas, the militant group ruling the Gaza Strip, launched thousands of rockets at Israel, killing at least 22 people, the White House responded with a short statement referring to the attacks as terrorism. HAMAS KILLS 22 IN UNPRECEDENTED, WIDE-RANGING INCURSION INTO ISRAEL.Washington Examiner
Oct 28 2023
WASHINGTON — The presidential campaign manager for former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson is departing from the campaign. Hutchinson confirmed to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette on Saturday that Rob Burgess will leave his position at the end of the month. The former governor described the decision as a “mutual agreement.” CNN first reported Burgess’ departure late Friday evening. Two unnamedArkansas Democrat-Gazette