The White House appears to be dodging questions about a leaked voicemail from Hunter Biden’s laptop. During a press briefing on Tuesday, Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre refused to answer a reporter’s question about the audio, while simply claiming it has yet to be verified.
The White House denied accusations made by billionaire Jeff Bezos in which he claimed President Joe Biden is misleading the public over gas prices. On Monday, Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre dismissed this claim that the administration’s handling of inflation is either “misdirection or deep misunderstanding of basic market dynamics.”
Arizona lawmakers are speaking out after pro-abortion protestors stormed the state Senate building. OAN White House Correspondent Daniel Baldwin spoke to Arizona Senate President Karen Fann about that incident.
President Joe Biden signed the most sweeping gun control bill in decades. On Saturday, Biden said while the bill doesn’t have everything he wanted, it includes actions he’s long called for that are going to save lives.
The Biden administration struggled to convince consumers that they’re really attempting to bring down gas prices. On Thursday, Vice President Kamala Harris claimed officials were working to get gas prices under control.
Vice President Kamala Harris made a surprise visit to the National Museum of African American History and Culture to celebrate Juneteenth
A Republican Governor calls on the White House to secure the border, rather than holding back border officials. One America’s Tom McGrath has more.
On Wednesday, The White House addressed concerns over President Biden’s last COVID test, after Doctor Anthony Fauci tested positive for the virus.
The ripple effect from Dineshd Souza’s “2000 Mules” and it’s findings of ballot trafficking continues throughout the country. One America’s Chief White House Correspondent Chanel Rion has more.