WH: Putin, allies know Biden’s position on Ukraine

A day after President Biden suggested a "minor incursion" by Russia into Ukraine would result in a measured response, White House spokesperson Jen Psaki insists U.S. allies and Russian President Vladimir Putin are well aware of Biden’s position. (Jan. 20)

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WH: Russia could ‘at any point’ attack Ukraine

White House press secretary Jen Psaki underscored the urgency as tensions between the US and Russia continue to rise. "We’re now at a stage where Russia could at any point launch an attack in Ukraine," she told reporters. (Jan. 18)

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WH: Russia prepping pretext for Ukraine invasion

The White House says U.S. intelligence officials determined a Russian effort is underway creating a pretext for its troops to further invade Ukraine, and Moscow has prepositioned operatives to conduct "a false-flag operation" in eastern Ukraine. (Jan. 14)

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Can Current Testing Shortage Be Traced Back To Start Of Biden WH?

Washington Post reporter Annie Linskey discusses how a current Covid testing shortage has origins in the ‘opening months of the Biden presidency.’

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Can Current Testing Shortage Be Traced Back To Start Of Biden WH?

WH: Biden warned Putin of ‘strong’ consequences

U.S. National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said President Joe Biden told Russian President Vladimir Putin directly in their 2-hour call Tuesday that if Russia further invades Ukraine, the US will respond "with strong economic" consequences. (Dec. 7)

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WH: Omicron variant found in 20 countries, not US

U.S. public health officials said Tuesday the omicron variant of the coronavirus has been detected in at least 20 countries across the globe, but right now there is no evidence it exists in the United States. (Nov. 30)

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WH: Travel restrictions meant to protect not punish

The White House is defending its decision to restrict travel from South Africa and seven other African nations, insisting the decision was not meant to punish those countries but protect Americans from the new omicron coronavirus variant. (Nov. 29)

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WH: GOP ‘lying’ about Democrat education policies

The White House slammed Republicans Thursday for being "dishonest" during the election about the position of Democrats on education and how race is taught in schools, saying Republicans are using kids "as a political football" to win elections. (Nov. 4)

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WH: US has enough vaccine for all eligible kids

Anticipating a green light from vaccine advisers, the White House says the U.S. has enough supply and is assembling and shipping millions of COVID-19 shots for all children ages 5-11. The first could go into kids’ arms by midweek. (Nov. 1)

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WH: Trump represented unique, ‘existential threat’

A day after former President Donald Trump sued Congress and the National Archives in an attempt to block the release of his files relating to Jan. 6, the White House defended President Joe Biden’s decision to not to invoke executive privilege. (Oct. 19)

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