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Tapper presses Psaki about WH chief of staff's inflation tweet

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Tapper presses Psaki about WH chief of staff's inflation tweet

Tapper presses Psaki about WH chief of staff's inflation tweet

CNN’s Jake Tapper presses White House press secretary Jen Psaki about a tweet from President Joe Biden’s chief of staff Ron Klain endorsing the idea that inflation is a “high-class problem.”


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President Joe Biden drove by the US-Mexico border more than a decade ago, White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters Friday – one day after the President said he knows the border “well.”

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First Case of Omicron Strain Detected in the United States [Video]

First Case of Omicron Strain Detected in the United States

First Case of , Omicron Strain, Detected in the United States. NPR News reports the first known case of the Omicron COVID-19 variant has been found in the United States. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the strain was detected in California. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the strain was detected in California. The individual was a traveler who returned from South Africa on November 22. , Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, statement, via NPR News. The case was confirmed by the health departments of San Francisco and the state of California. The case was confirmed by the health departments of San Francisco and the state of California. The individual, who was fully vaccinated... had mild symptoms that are improving, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, statement, via NPR News. Dr. Anthony Fauci says the infected person isn't believed to have received a booster shot. Dr. Anthony Fauci says the infected person isn't believed to have received a booster shot. Cases of the Omicron strain had been previously identified throughout Europe to the Middle East. Cases of the Omicron strain had been previously identified throughout Europe to the Middle East. The strain was first detected in South Africa. Mutations of the variant have been a cause of concern for the World Health Organization (WHO). The WHO says these mutations "may be associated with immune escape potential and higher transmissibility.". Despite the frustrations of the ongoing pandemic, Dr. Fauci remains cautiously optimistic. Despite the frustrations of the ongoing pandemic, Dr. Fauci remains cautiously optimistic. There's no doubt that this will end, I promise you that, this will end. , Dr. Anthony Fauci, chief medical adviser for the White House, via NPR News. There's no doubt that this will end, I promise you that, this will end. , Dr. Anthony Fauci, chief medical adviser for the White House, via NPR News

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US Officials Say Don’t Wait, Get a Booster Shot [Video]

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US Officials Say Don't Wait, Get a Booster Shot. As concerns about the omicron variant and surging cases of hospitalization due to COVID-19 arise in the U.S., officials say don't wait, get your booster shot. As concerns about the omicron variant and surging cases of hospitalization due to COVID-19 arise in the U.S., officials say don't wait, get your booster shot. Do not wait. Go get your booster if it's time for you to do so. , President Joe Biden, via ABC News. Do not wait. Go get your booster if it's time for you to do so. , President Joe Biden, via ABC News. The World Health Organization has assessed the overall level of global risk related to the omicron variant to be "very high.". The World Health Organization has assessed the overall level of global risk related to the omicron variant to be "very high.". Vaccine makers are reportedly attempting to calculate the efficacy of current COVID-19 shots against the omicron strain. Vaccine makers are reportedly attempting to calculate the efficacy of current COVID-19 shots against the omicron strain. If necessary, vaccines will be altered to better address mutated strains of COVID-19. If necessary, vaccines will be altered to better address mutated strains of COVID-19. A lack of data has many Americans pondering whether they should hold out for readjusted vaccines. A lack of data has many Americans pondering whether they should hold out for readjusted vaccines. Health experts say not to wait. I would strongly suggest you get boosted now, and not wait for the next iteration of it, which we might not even need. , Dr. Anthony Fauci, chief medical adviser to the White House, via ABC News. I would strongly suggest you get boosted now, and not wait for the next iteration of it, which we might not even need. , Dr. Anthony Fauci, chief medical adviser to the White House, via ABC News. Experts say that the omicron variant is likely already making its way through the United States. Experts say that the omicron variant is likely already making its way through the United States. We'll find out reasonably soon whether higher levels of antibody against the original vaccine that we've used, whether or not that can spill over in protection against this. , Dr. Anthony Fauci, chief medical adviser to the White House, via ABC News. We'll find out reasonably soon whether higher levels of antibody against the original vaccine that we've used, whether or not that can spill over in protection against this. , Dr. Anthony Fauci, chief medical adviser to the White House, via ABC News

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Traditional skating in Moscow while the Bidens unveil the White House Christmas decorations [Video]

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Florida GOP limits vaccine mandates, flouting White House

Florida GOP limits vaccine mandates, flouting White House

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Tapper to GOP lawmaker: What has happened to Republican party? [Video]

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Top Biden economic adviser: 'Inflation is high right now' [Video]

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National Economic Council director Brian Deese tells CNN’s Jake Tapper that the Biden administration is “very committed to do everything that we can to make sure that American consumers don’t bear the brunt of high gas prices and volatile energy prices.”

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GOP Rep. criticizes Trump for downplaying mob's calls to hang Pence [Video]

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Rep. Karen Bass: 'The Arbery trial is a trial of a lynching' [Video]

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US Government , Approaches Possible Shutdown. 'The Washington Post' reports the United States government is headed for a potential shutdown. As a crucial fiscal government deadline draws near, Republican officials seized an opportunity to voice their opposition to Biden's proposed vaccine mandates. Congressional in-fighting threatens to put a wrench in bipartisan cooperation. According to ABC News, the current agreement on federal spending will expire on December 3 at midnight. According to ABC News, the current agreement on federal spending will expire on December 3 at midnight. President Biden's proposed vaccine mandate is intended to hold larger private businesses accountable by requiring vaccination and implementing more precise testing. President Biden's proposed vaccine mandate is intended to hold larger private businesses accountable by requiring vaccination and implementing more precise testing. 'The Washington Post' reports that the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has ended the lives of over 780,000 Americans. 'The Washington Post' reports that the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has ended the lives of over 780,000 Americans. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has ended the lives of over 780,000 Americans. With news of the first known case of the omicron strain in the United States, Republicans continue to rail against public health measures that intend to curb the spread of COVID-19. With news of the first known case of the omicron strain in the United States, Republicans continue to rail against public health measures that intend to curb the spread of COVID-19. I hope they see the light quickly and not cause a needless Republican government shutdown. , Chuck Schumer, Senate Majority Leader, via The Washington Post. I hope they see the light quickly and not cause a needless Republican government shutdown. , Chuck Schumer, Senate Majority Leader, via The Washington Post. Many Republicans seem unwilling to negotiate. Democrats say such obstructions are "totally irresponsible." . Many Republicans seem unwilling to negotiate. Democrats say such obstructions are "totally irresponsible." . It’s just amazing to me. Hundreds of thousands of people have died... , Debbie Stabenow, Senator Michigan, via The Washington Post. It’s just amazing to me. Hundreds of thousands of people have died... , Debbie Stabenow, Senator Michigan, via The Washington Post

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Biden Administration , To Offer Free COVID-19 Tests, in New Plan. ABC News reports the Biden administration announced a new plan to fight the Omicron strain of COVID-19. The plan calls for free at-home rapid tests for all Americans, as well as the extensions of mask requirements. Officials within the administration say the tests will be refundable for United States citizens with private health insurance. Millions of rapid tests will be distributed around the country, intended for Americans who are without health insurance. Millions of rapid tests will be distributed around the country, intended for Americans who are without health insurance. The Biden administration's plan will also extend mask mandates on public transportation through March 18. White House officials say that more stringent restrictions on travel will be necessary. . The plan will reportedly require proof of a negative COVID-19 test within one day of travel for all who wish to enter the United States. Though data on the Omicron variant remains sparse, Biden's plan emphasizes the importance of booster shots of the coronavirus vaccines. The president attempted to assuage the fears of many Americans upon news of the spreading Omicron strain of COVID-19 on November 29. The president attempted to assuage the fears of many Americans upon news of the spreading Omicron strain of COVID-19 on November 29. It's a new variant that's cause for concern, but not a cause for panic. , President Joe Biden, via ABC News. It's a new variant that's cause for concern, but not a cause for panic. , President Joe Biden, via ABC News. We're gonna fight this with science and speed. , President Joe Biden, via ABC News. We're not going to fight it with chaos and confusion, President Joe Biden, via ABC News

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Stacey Abrams Announces Run for GA Governor [Video]

Stacey Abrams Announces Run for GA Governor

Stacey Abrams Announces Run, for GA Governor. The popular GA Democrat announced her run for governor in a video posted to Twitter on Dec. 1. I’m running for governor because opportunity in our state shouldn’t be determined by zip code, background or access to power, Stacey Abrams, via Twitter. If our Georgia is going to move to its next and greatest chapter, we’re going to need leadership. , Stacey Abrams, via Twitter. Leadership that knows how to do the job. Leadership that doesn’t take credit without taking responsibility. , Stacey Abrams, via Twitter. Leadership that understands the true pain folks are feeling and has real plans. That’s the job of governor, to fight for one Georgia — our Georgia. , Stacey Abrams, via Twitter. And now, it’s time to get the job done, Stacey Abrams, via Twitter. Abrams was introduced to the national stage representing the Democratic party in response to former President Donald Trump's State of Union address in 2019. During the 2020 Presidential election. her work as a grassroots voting rights activist in GA was largely credited for President Joe Biden's win in the state. Georgia's electoral votes had not been granted to a Democratic presidential candidate... . ... since the election of former President Bill Clinton in 1992. The 2022 governor's race in GA pits Abrams against incumbent Brian Kemp, . who defeated her during the 2018 election by nearly 55,000 votes. The upcoming election secures Georgia's place as one of the most politically contentious states in the Union

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CDC Directs Airlines to Hand Over Passenger Information Amid Omicron Concerns [Video]

CDC Directs Airlines to Hand Over Passenger Information Amid Omicron Concerns

CDC Directs Airlines , to Hand Over Passenger Information , Amid Omicron Concerns. 'Newsweek' reports that all airlines operating in the United States have been directed to share passenger information with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. . The CDC reportedly requested information about anyone who recently traveled to eight African countries that fall under the travel ban issued by the Biden administration last week. . The CDC reportedly requested information about anyone who recently traveled to eight African countries that fall under the travel ban issued by the Biden administration last week. . The directive comes shortly after the World Health Organization identified the Omicron variant of the coronavirus. . 'Newsweek' reports that South African health officials alerted the WHO on November 24 of the emergence of the Omicron variant. On November 26, Biden announced a travel ban on anyone coming from:, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Namibia, Mozambique, Malawi, Lesotho, Eswatini and Botswana. The travel ban went into effect the morning of November 29. According to 'Newsweek,' the information requested by the CDC included names, addresses and other information. The directive applied to any flight containing at least one passenger who visited any of the eight countries covered by the travel ban within two weeks of boarding. . 'Newsweek' reports that on November 28, the CDC expanded its enhanced biosurveillance program of the Omicron variant to four U.S. airports. . The program was implemented in September at JFK International, Newark Liberty International and San Francisco International Airports.

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Ron Klain Ron Klain White House Chief of Staff