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Presidential ElectionNew York Post

Biden whispers repeatedly during ‘really creepy’ Q&A

President Biden on Thursday repeatedly whispered to reporters during an impromptu press conference at the White House — drawing bemused social media speculation and jokes about the “really creepy” exchanges. On three separate occasions, Biden hunched over his lectern in the White House East Room and forcefully whispered to reporters.
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Florida StateNew York Post

Awkward moment VP Harris reminds Biden about Florida condo collapse

Vice President Kamala Harris appeared to remind President Biden to mention the deadly South Florida condo collapse before leaving a White House event Thursday. Biden had given remarks on infrastructure and taken questions from the press on that issue as well as voting rights. He then attempted to wrap up by telling reporters “I’ve got to get to a helicopter” before Harris approached.
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The Hill

Two top travel aides for Harris are leaving their posts: report

Two aides to Vice President Harris who oversee travel have reportedly resigned shortly before she is expected to embark on a round of vaccine-related travel in July with her husband Doug Emhoff . Sources close to the matter told The New York Times that Harris's director of advance Karly Satkowiak...
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WATCH: Brian Williams Trolls 'Freedom Fighter' Matt Gaetz in Viral Segment

Brian Williams doesn't come from the comedy world, but he certainly sounded like a late night host last night when he eviscerated Rep. Matt Gaetz, who is currently embroiled in a feud with Gen. Mark Milley, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. This week, after Milley testified before Congress about the importance of teaching America's racist history to soldiers, Gaetz tweeted that with generals like Milley, "it's no wonder we've fought considerably more wars than we've won," a statement that clearly got under Williams' skin.
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Fox News

Biden's bizarre behavior at press conference causes 'Creepy Joe' to trend on Twitter

President Joe Biden trended on Twitter for what many are calling a "creepy" interaction with the press during a press conference on Thursday. Biden held a press conference at the White House to share his thoughts on the announcement that a bipartisan group of senators came to a tentative deal on an infrastructure bill. Throughout the press conference, the behaved in a bizarre manner, repeatedly leaning over the podium and answered reporters' questions in a whisper.
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Rudy Giuliani suspended from practicing law in New York state

Rudy Giuliani, the former personal lawyer for former President Donald Trump who once held one of the legal profession's most prestigious jobs, was suspended Thursday from practicing law in New York state by an appellate court that found he made "demonstrably false and misleading statements" about the 2020 election.
Congress & CourtsPOLITICO

Pelosi and Manchin start to play chicken

Speaker NANCY PELOSI made two bits of news this morning at her weekly news conference:. — First, she officially endorsed the idea of a select committee to investigate the Jan. 6 Capitol attack. The move allows the speaker to pack the investigation with her allies and keep control over the process, though she didn’t say exactly who would lead the charge. Those details will come later, but House Homeland Security Chairman BENNIE THOMPSON has been making a strong push for this position.
Presidential ElectionMSNBC

Another GOP voter accused of casting a ballot for a dead relative

In the wake of Donald Trump's defeat last fall, Republicans launched a desperate search for illegally cast ballots to help justify the GOP's conspiracy theories. But as regular readers know, despite all the hysterical rhetoric, only a handful of legitimate allegations have been raised -- and some of the most notable examples involve Republicans casting illegal ballots on behalf of dead relatives.