FDA Advisory Panel Votes Against Biden\s Proposed Broad COVID 19 Booster Shot Rollout

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Psaki demurred when asked if she believes Congress would pass his social spending plan by Pelosi’s 31 October deadline and before he leaves for the Glasgow summit at the beginning of next month. She said she would not comment on the timeline, but reiterated that the “time is unending and we feel that it is time to move forward.”

She said president Biden and senior level officials have been engaged and in constant communication with lawmakers over the bill, including key centrist holdouts, senators Sinema and Manchin. She would not provide details on their outreach.

Related to the White House’s decision to hand over documents related to the January 6 attack on the US capitol, a reporter asked Psaki whether the administration was potentially opening a “pandora’s box” for future presidents who may have political motivations for making public information traditionally kept private about their predecessor.

“I can assure you ... that this president has no intention to lead an insurrection on our nation’s Capitol,” Psaki replied. She said they don’t see it as a breach of decorum given the extraordinary nature of the attack on US democracy.

In response to a question about the White House chief of staff

Ron Klain’s “retweets,” a source of constant chatter and criticism, Psaki said his social media habits are “not a top priority”.

She was asked again about comments by US climate envoy John Kerry to the Associated Press, in which he said failure to pass the social spending package would be “devastating” and akin to “President Trump pulling out of the Paris agreement.”

Psaki said that the global climate summit beginning on 1 November in Glasgow was an important international summit, but insisted the US could maintain its leadership role even if negotiations were still ongoing over the sweep of Biden’s agenda.

“None of our objective – or the president’s climate agenda – begins or ends on November 1st and 2nd or the week after,” she said.

The White House has not yet provided a date for when borders would open to travelers from Europe. Pskai said the timeline remains “early November” and refused to give a specific date.

Source : https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/live/2021/oct/14/capitol-attack-house-committee-investigation-bannon-biden-us-politics-live?page=with:block-616899178f08a7f186b287fd

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