Joe Biden Promotes Future of Electric Cars After Test Driving $100K Electric Hummer

President Joe Biden test drove the all-new electric Hummer during his visit to a General Motors (GM) factory in Michigan on Wednesday, promoting the future of electric vehicles in the United States.

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Joe Biden Admits Moving 'Slower' to Update Guidance for Vaccinated Americans

President Joe Biden acknowledged Tuesday his coronavirus team had “gone a little slower” updating guidance for vaccinated Americans. The president spoke about upcoming changes to the Centers for Disease Control guidance during a virtual conversation with American governors addressing the fight against the coronavirus and the push to get people vaccinated. During the conversation, Utah Gov. Spencer Cox (R) asked Biden and his team to spend more time demonstrating the benefits of getting the vaccine. “We could use some help from the White House and others, and that is modeling what a fully vaccinated person can do,” he said, and added, “I would like to say that we have fully vaccinated people; we should start acting like it.” Biden said he looked forward to “drawing a portrait” of what vaccinated Americans could do, as opposed to the unvaccinated to encourage more people to get the shot. But he explained why the administration was moving slower. “I mean, so, we’re — and if anything, we’ve been — we’ve gone a little slower to make sure we’re exactly right as — in terms of the percent of the population that has been vaccinated,” Biden said. The president indicated the

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Jobs Report Disaster: Joe Biden Misses Goal of 2 Million Jobs Created in First 100 Days

The White House prepared to celebrate a jobs-gained milestone of 2 million on Friday under President Joe Biden during his first 100 days — but those plans were shattered by the devastating jobs report for April. Punchbowl News reported Friday morning that senior White House staffers were watching the jobs estimates of created 700,000 jobs, eager to promote the record number of jobs created during Biden’s first 100 days. “If the U.S. economy adds 700,000 jobs in this latest report, that will be 2 million new jobs in the first 100 days of the new administration,” the report read, “Joe Biden would be the first president to reach 2 million jobs in that time period.” The White House had already scheduled an 11:30 a.m. event for the president to deliver remarks on the jobs report before leaving Washington, DC, for a weekend at his home in Delaware, presumably to celebrate the gigantic milestone. Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris were also scheduled for an economic briefing and a meeting with his jobs cabinet on Friday afternoon. Press Secretary Jen Psaki scheduled a press briefing with Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, presumably to trumpet the great economic news. But

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Donald Trump: 'Boycott Baseball' and 'Woke Companies' Opposing Georgia Election Law

President Donald Trump called for a boycott of Major League Baseball (MLB) Friday after they canceled the 2021 All-Star game in Atlanta to protest the new Georgia election law. “Boycott baseball and all of the woke companies that are interfering with Free and Fair Elections,” Trump wrote. “Are you listening Coke, Delta, and all!” Over 100 companies joined to condemn the law after it was signed, including Facebook, Google, Bank of America, Apple, Microsoft, Coca-Cola, American Express, Delta, and the Home Depot. MLB commissioner Rob Manfred announced Friday his decision to move the All-Star game to a different host city, citing “thoughtful conversations” with players. “I have decided that the best way to demonstrate our values as a sport is by relocating this year’s All-Star Game and MLB Draft,” he wrote in a statement. Trump said baseball is losing “tremendous numbers” of fans because they are afraid of the radical left. “[T]hey are afraid of the Radical Left Democrats who do not want voter I.D., which is desperately needed, to have anything to do with our elections,” Trump wrote. The new Georgia law, signed by Gov. Brian Kemp, requires an ID in order to get an absentee

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Joe Biden Fails to Condemn Farrakhan Follower Capitol Hill Attack in Statement

President Joe Biden expressed his sorrow over the death of a Capitol Hill police officer after a violent attack at the Capitol Friday, but he did not condemn the suspect, who identified himself on social media as a follower of Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan. Biden said in a statement he was “heartbroken” to learn Officer William Evans of the U.S. Capitol Police was killed in the attack, and that a second officer was severely injured. But the president made no mention of the ideology that likely inspired the attacker. Noah Green described himself as a “Follower of Farrakhan” on his Facebook page, according to reports. Green hit two police officers with his car and rammed a security barrier. Green was shot and killed by law enforcement after he exited the vehicle and drew his knife. “However, the path has been thwarted, as Allah has chosen me for other things,” Green wrote on his Facebook page. “Throughout life, I have set goals, attained them, set higher ones, and then been required to sacrifice those things.” Instead of condemning Green’s attack, however, President Biden alluded to the mob that stormed Capitol Hill in January to protest his election. “We

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Joe Biden and Kamala Harris Maintain Silence About Andrew Cuomo Scandal

President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris maintained their silence Friday about New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s sexual harassment scandal as more top New York Democrats call for the governor to resign. White House press secretary Jen Psaki repeated during a press briefing Friday that Biden continues to believe “every woman who has come forward deserves to have her voice heard” and “be treated with respect.” “I don’t have any additional announcements from here,” Psaki said. She said Biden and the coronavirus advisory team will continue to work with Cuomo to fight the virus in the state, even though the New York state legislature voted to strip the governor of his emergency powers. “We certainly don’t want anyone in the state of New York to be penalized,” Psaki said. She did not signal any change of the president or vice president’s position on the scandal, as they have been silent about the growing number of sexual harassment accusations against the governor. Previously, Psaki defended their silence, noting that she, as the White House press secretary, spoke for both Biden and Harris. “The benefit of doing a briefing every day is that I can certainly speak on behalf of the president and

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Joe Biden: 'Good' that Donald Trump Not Attending Inauguration but Mike Pence 'Welcome'

President-elect Joe Biden said Friday that he agreed with President Donald Trump’s decision not to attend his Inauguration but said that Vice President Mike Pence was welcome. “One of the few things he and I have ever agreed on,” he replied when asked by reporters about Trump’s announcement Friday that he would not attend the inauguration ceremony. “It’s a good thing — him not showing up.” Biden said that Trump had “exceeded even his worst notions” about his character. “He’s been an embarrassment to the country. Embarrassed us around the world. Not worthy to hold that office,” Biden said about Trump. But Biden said that he would welcome Vice President Mike Pence to the ceremony, citing the importance of maintaining the historical precedence of the transfer of power. “Mike, the vice president, is welcome to come, I’d be honored to have him there,” Biden said, but added that he had not spoken to Pence. The President-elect said that if Trump still had six months in office, he would support any effort to remove him from office, but that with only 13 days left, he would focus only on getting inaugurated and getting to work right away. “It is time for

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Donald Trump: 'Facts Are on Our Side' in Election Fight, but 'Time Isn't'

President Donald Trump admitted to reporters Thursday that though facts are on his side in the legal fight over the results of the election, time is not. “As to whether or not I can get this apparatus moving this quickly–because time isn’t on our side…,” Trump said. “Everything else is on our side. Facts are on our side.” The president spoke to reporters  Thursday evening after speaking to members of the armed forces for Thanksgiving Day. A reporter asked Trump if he would concede the presidential election if the electoral college voted for former Vice President Joe Biden on December 14. “It’s going to be a very hard thing to concede because we know there was massive fraud,” he said. Trump questioned the voting process and the vote-counting machines as well as the mail-in ballot process, which, he said, was open to fraud. “This should never take place in this country. We’re like a third world country,” he said. “We have machines that nobody knows what the hell they’re looking at.” Trump also questioned how Biden could beat Obama’s vote numbers in swing states but remain far below Obama’s records in other areas of the country. “This is not a

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Watch Live: White House Swearing-in Ceremony for Amy Coney Barrett

President Donald Trump will host a swearing-in ceremony for Amy Coney Barrett on Monday at the White House. The Senate voted to confirm Barrett Monday evening. The president and Barrett will be joined by her family, supporters, and likely several Senate Republicans. Justice Clarence Thomas will conduct the ceremony instead of Chief Justice John Roberts. Epic. https://t.co/0khGuMPbp1 — Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) October 26, 2020

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Donald Trump: Black Lives Matter Protesters Harassing Elderly Couple in Pittsburgh Are 'Thugs'

President Donald Trump reacted Tuesday to videos of Black Lives Matter protesters harassing a group of diners at a restaurant in Pittsburgh. “These Anarchists, not protesters, are Biden voters, but he has no control and nothing to say,” Trump wrote on Twitter. “Disgraceful. Never seen anything like it. Thugs!” The videos on social media show protesters shouting at two elderly people sitting outside a restaurant and quietly enjoying their Sunday. PITTSBURGH PA pic.twitter.com/PxZGxpJIca — SuperCop Dr RollerGator PhD from G.A.G.E. (@drrollergator) September 6, 2020 “Fuck 12 and fuck the white people that built the system set against mine,” one man says, taunting the couple. One woman protester with a “Nazi Lives Don’t Matter” t-shirt walks over and takes a drink from the couple’s table and drinks it in front of them. Another protester tips over a glass that shatters on the sidewalk. The president blamed Democrats for failing to enforce the law, allowing protesters to act violently. “[B]ecause of weak and pathetic Democrat leadership, this thuggery is happening in other Democrat-run cities and states,” he wrote. “Must shut them down fast. Biden and his most Liberal in Senate running mate, Kamala, won’t even talk about it.” Black Lives

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Night Two Preview of Republican Convention: 'Land of Opportunity'

The second night of the Republican National Convention (RNC) will continue the celebration of America with the evening’s theme of “Land of Opportunity.” “Tonight is the first lady’s night,” said Trump 2020 Campaign spokesman Tim Murtaugh, noting that First Lady Melania Trump would be the keynote speaker. He confirmed that the first lady’s remarks would take place live at the White House in the Rose Garden with the president and an audience of about 50 people seated for the event. Murtaugh specified that officials consulted with coronavirus advisors for each event and the campaign was following necessary precautions. President Donald Trump will also be a part of the night’s programming. “President Trump himself will have a significant role again tonight and he will appear more than once during the program,” Murtaugh said. He further noted Trump’s appearances were not necessarily the delivery of prepared remarks. The first night of the RNC convention featured two prerecorded videos of the president speaking with Americans at the White House. The rest of the schedule will feature a wide array of Americans of different backgrounds — a dairy farmer, a lobster fisherman, a prison reform advocate, a metal business owner, pastors, and members of

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