When it comes to policy, the president is finding that it is not always easy to draw a clear line separating himself from his predecessor.
Representative Liz Cheney came out against same-sex marriage in 2013. Her sister, who is gay, wrote online at the time that the decision put her “on the wrong side of history.”
Ana Navarro and Sunny Hostin were abruptly pulled from the set on live television after testing positive before an in-studio interview with Vice President Kamala Harris.
The White House says it is committed to reducing gun violence, keeping abortion safe and legal, and protecting voting rights. But that has done little to ease anxiety among activists.