President Biden believes that presidents should not comment on pending legal matters. He also does not want to be baited into a reaction.
Author: Katie Rogers
Biden Highlights Economic Investments Ahead of Expected 2024 Announcement
The president has warned that a strong economy could be weakened under Republican leadership, a point he and a host of advisers will make at 20 events across the country in the coming weeks.
Crisis in Israel Tests the Complicated Ties Between Biden and Netanyahu
President Biden has stressed that shared democratic values have to be at the core of a United States-Israel relationship.
Biden Issues First Veto to Protect Socially Conscious Investing
A rule that allows for social and environmental considerations in investing became an unexpected flashpoint for Republicans wary of “woke” financial policies.
Biden to Visit California and Call for Tougher Gun Control Measures
Facing a spate of mass shootings, the president will visit the city where a gunman killed 11 people in January. He will also meet with the British prime minister while in California.
Biden to Host South Korean President for State Visit in April
The fact that President Yoon Suk Yeol received the second invitation of the Biden presidency speaks to the degree of cooperation expected from him on issues involving North Korea and China.
Biden to Address Voting Rights on ‘Bloody Sunday’ Anniversary in Selma
The president is expected to emphasize that securing civil rights for Black Americans includes the fight to protect ballot access.
Biden and Germany’s Scholz Meet Amid Concerns Over Ukraine and China
President Biden said he and Germany’s chancellor, Olaf Scholz, would work in “lock step” to provide military support to Ukraine.
Lesion Removed During Biden’s Physical Was Cancerous
President Biden’s physician said that the lesion was basal cell carcinoma, the most common form of skin cancer in the United States, and that no further treatment was needed.
Biden Steps Up as Republicans Struggle to Outline Budget Cuts
The president has tried to highlight years of Republican proposals that call for scaling back popular — and increasingly expensive — federal programs.