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From Rep. Lee, representing Texas

Jen held her 224th and final briefing as White House press secretary on Friday May 13. Best wishes to both Karine and Jen.

From Rep. Lee, representing Texas

I applaud Karine in attaining this well deserved achievement. My appreciation and thanks to Jen Psaki for her leadership and trailblazing decision to create a diverse and highly talented White House Press Office that delivers communications from the Adminstration to all Americans

From Rep. Lee, representing Texas

Powerful history made this week with the selection and first day of new White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, the first black woman and LGBTQ person to serve in this role. I am so proud of her service, intellect, and leadership.

From Sen. Hagerty, representing Tennessee

Hagerty: Biden White House Waging ‘War on America’ | @BreitbartNews

Cited source — breitbart.com
From Sen. Warnock, representing Georgia

I'll do whatever it takes to fight for Georgians—even if that means going to the White House to urge @POTUS to enact student loan forgiveness.

From Sen. Schatz, representing Hawaii

EXCLUSIVE: Michigan’s top election official says she was told President Trump had suggested in a WH meeting that she be arrested for treason and executed after she refused to overturn 2020 presidential election results.

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On the other hand there’s probably a liberal professor somewhere who said a very unpopular thing about law enforcement or schools. Anyway looking forward to the Sunday shows talking about whatever they think is more important than this.

From Rep. Omar, representing Minnesota

More than 38 million Americans—12 million of them children—are hungry.

With your help, we can end hunger and increase healthy eating and physical activity by 2030.

Sign up for one of the listening sessions from the @WhiteHouse Commission on Hunger:

Cited source — health.gov
From Sen. Hickenlooper, representing Colorado

We need organized leadership and a clear plan for addressing the baby formula shortage crisis.

I'm calling on @POTUS to immediately assign a coordinator within the White House to take action—now and in the future.


Families are struggling to access infant formula, and many don’t know what to do. I agree – we need a plan.

From Sen. Hyde-Smith, representing Mississippi

The @whitehouse should have seen the baby formula shortage coming last year and as soon as Abbott shut down. Instead, we’re now faced with another crisis complicated by supply chain challenges, product recalls, and record inflation. We wrote to @US_FDA demanding answers.

From Sen. Daines, representing Montana

Over a week of record high prices at the pump, and Montanans are paying the price.

Are we lights on, no one home at the White House?

Unleash American energy!