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Biden says the new Office of Gun Violence Prevention will work “the same way FEMA responds to natural disasters.”
President Biden announces the White House's new Office of Gun Violence Prevention.
WH Press Sec. on concerns about Biden retelling a story, minutes apart at same event: “He was speaking from his heart.”
White House Press Sec. on the Senate's new dress code and if Biden would ever show up in “shorts and a hoodie.”
Press Sec. says the White House will not comment on Sen. Bob Menendez's (D-NJ) indictment since it's an “active matter.”
Rep. McGovern (D-MA) compares House Rules Committee hearing debating proposed 2024 spending bills to “Twilight Zone.”
UAW Boss after inviting Biden to join picket line: “We're going to make endorsements with people that are there for us.”
Rep. AOC (D-NY) gives her thoughts on the Republican infighting and looming government shutdown: “They need to grow up.”