Asked to respond to remarks from South Carolina Republican Tim Scott that the United States “is not a racist country,” Vice President Kamala Harris concurred but stressed that the history of racism in the country should be addressed openly.
Over the last few years, the only focus for Democrats was getting Donald Trump out of office. It was so difficult to achieve that goal that what the Left has actually achieved can be forgotten.
Kamala Harris became the first female Vice President in American history on inauguration day. But it wasn’t only that. When Biden was inaugurated, Harris became the first Black and Asian-American Vice President.
The New York Post recently published a story about Kamala Harris‘ book being given out to migrant children at the border. The story, however, was entirely fake. One copy of the book was donated by a man in Long Beach, California.
Thus far, it has been difficult for Conservative media sources to take too many shots at Joe Biden right now. The new President has a top-notch approval rating, especially considering the polarization of the country. And the White House recently announced that they have reached 200% of their initial goal of vaccinations in Biden’s first 100 days in office.
The Derek Chauvin case ended this week with the former officer being convicted on 3 separate charges. The case, though, did help to shine a brighter light on the need for police reform.
Democrats have been talking about police reform for years and it’s an important part of Joe Biden‘s agenda. Some Republicans are now signaling a willingness to play ball.
President Joe Biden urged the international community to band together to tackle climate change in his speech during a virtual climate summit at the White House.
“No nation can solve this crisis on our own,” Biden said. “All of us, particularly those of us who represent the world’s largest economies, we have to step up.”
Joe Biden has notched plenty of accomplishments during his first few months in office. And while he’s reached out to Republicans about his policy goals, he’s been happy to move on without them if they weren’t willing to compromise.
President Joe Biden‘s administration affirmed its support for the transgender community, issuing a proclamation commemorating today, which happens to be Transgender Day of Visibility. President Biden called upon “all Americans to join in the fight for full equality for all transgender people.”
Vice President Kamala Harris criticized the Republican Party and politicians who’ve refused to consider gun reform in the wake of mass shootings in Atlanta, Georgia, and Boulder, Colorado, that have left a total of 18 people dead in the last week.
On January 6th, an insurrection occurred at the US Capitol. Thankfully, many of the terrorists were unarmed. They had to make due using flags, mace or other objects as weapons.
But there is a fear that there are many terrorist style attacks to come. That fear was strengthened on Wednesday when an armed man was arrested outside the residence on Vice President Kamala Harris.
Vice President Kamala Harris stressed that it is a priority to get teachers vaccinated and to make schools safe for all.
Officer Eugene Goodman, who saved lives during the Capitol insurrection, is currently escorting Vice President-elect Kamala Harris into the Capitol ahead of the inauguration.
What a wild two weeks for our country but especially for people like Capitol Police Officer Eugene Goodman.
Vice President-elect Kamala Harris has officially resigned from her seat in the Senate ahead of Inauguration Day, when she will take the oath of office and become the nation’s first female vice president.
President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris have announced the latest crop of White House appointees.
“This announcement includes individuals from the Office of the Cabinet Secretary, Office of Political Strategy and Outreach, Office of Public Engagement, and the Office of Management and Administration,” the incoming administration said in a press release.
Vice President-elect Kamala Harris and her husband Doug Emhoff will receive their first round of the Covid-19 vaccine today. Harris will receive the vaccine live on camera from Washington, D.C., a transition official said.
President-elect Joe Biden has announced who will join his administration as key members of the health team tasked with addressing the Covid-19 pandemic, which has claimed the lives of more than 280,000 Americans to date.
President-elect Joe Biden has announced who will join his administration as White House senior staff.
“The American people are eager for our Administration to get to work, and today’s appointees will help advance our agenda and ensure every American has a fair shot. In a Biden administration, we will have an open door to the Hill and this team will make sure their views are always represented in the White House,” said the president-elect.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has offered to help President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris to tackle the coronavirus pandemic as soon as they’re in office.
“I offered to him and his team access to New Zealand health officials in order to share their experience on things we’ve learnt on our Covid-19 journey,” Ardern said after she had her first joint meeting with both the president-elect and vice president-elect.
Slowly but surely, more and more Republican lawmakers have been willing to discuss the reality that Joe Biden won the presidential election. This was obvious today in the senate when a number of GOP senators congratulated Kamala Harris when she returned to the floor.
There are many incumbent Republican senators who are considered good bets to lose their seats this year. That includes Maine’s Susan Collins, Arizona’s Martha McSally and Colorado’s Cory Gardner.