WH press sec. Psaki says "we certainly support" Cleveland's baseball team changing its name to Guardians.
"We may be on the other side of former president on that front, I would guess. I haven't seen his tweet—or however he's communicating these days." https://t.co/A121AXlLkUhttps://t.co/XugOPvLjbo
Asked if transit spending being dropped from infrastructure bill would be a "red line" for Pres. Biden, Jen Psaki tells @rachelvscott, "I'm not setting red lines here, but we are confident that they can work through...the breakdown of funding issues." https://t.co/hi29tu0lxMhttps://t.co/BkFNPU8VKp
"We're always going to abide by public health guidelines...the president will continue to be a model in following those guidelines."
Psaki says "nothing has changed about our approach or protocols" in terms of how Pres. Biden engages with the public amid rising COVID numbers. https://t.co/42K5kKapQM
WH press sec. Psaki says there has been "encouraging data" on vaccinations in past two weeks.
"The five states with the highest case rates...had a higher rate of people getting newly vaccinated compared to the national average. That is a good sign." https://t.co/wMkJFEm4wghttps://t.co/gfoSBSBm3M