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WASHINGTON — Vice President Kamala Harris, after weeks of pressure from her political opponents, will visit the U.S.-Mexico border Friday, as part of her role addressing the root causes of migration. "[Harris' trip to the border] is really about building on the work that she has been doing. Republicans criticized Harris' decision to visit El Paso rather than other parts of the state like, the Rio Grande Valley, which see significantly more border crossings. Although partisan politics are likely to hang over Harris' trip Friday, she will also be forced to confront major policy issues. Rohini Kosoglu, domestic policy adviser to the vice president and one of Harris' longest serving aides, said that Harris "has spent her career fighting for immigrants."
Persons: WASHINGTON, Kamala Harris, Harris, Alejandro Mayorkas, Sen, Dick Durbin, Veronica Escobar, Sanders, Joe Biden, , Donald Trump, Greg Abbott, Jen Psaki, Abbott, El Paso, Trump, Biden, Tyler Moran, Rohini Kosoglu Organizations: El, El Paso Central Processing Center, Customs, Protection, Department of Homeland, Republicans, NBC, Texas Gov, House Republican, White, Republican, Biden, Domestic Locations: U.S, Mexico, El Paso, Illinois, Texas, Central America, Guatemala, Europe, Rio Grande, El, California, United States, Covid
Rockwell Automation CEO on Plex Systems deal, infrastructure and more
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( ) + 0.52   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailRockwell Automation CEO on Plex Systems deal, infrastructure and moreThe industrials rallied after Thursday's infrastructure breakthrough. Blake Moret, Rockwell Automation CEO, joined "Squawk Box" on Friday to discuss the deal between a bipartisan group of senators and the White House as well as the company's deal to buy Plex Systems and more.
Persons: Blake Moret Organizations: Rockwell, Plex Systems, Rockwell Automation, White House
WASHINGTON — The Biden administration said Thursday that it would extend the temporary bans on evictions and foreclosures for another month as the country continues to rebound from the coronavirus pandemic. The White House and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which issued the extension to the eviction ban, made clear that July would be the "final" month of the benefit. The agencies will make an additional announcement in July "to offer borrowers payment reduction options that will enable more homeowners to stay in their homes," the White House said. The White House said the Treasury Department would work with states to help them rapidly distribute the money and would issue new guidelines making clear that the money could be used to avoid eviction. Biden, shortly after taking office in January, extended the moratorium through the end of March and again extended it through June.
Persons: WASHINGTON —, Biden, Joe Biden, Vanita Gupta, Gupta, , stably Organizations: American Rescue, Centers for Disease Control, Housing, Urban Development, Veterans Affairs, Agriculture, White, Treasury Department, Latina, CDC Locations: Covid, Black
WASHINGTON — A federal judge in Florida halted the Biden administration’s new debt relief program for minority farmers on Wednesday. Howard ordered the Agriculture Department not to issue payments under the program for "socially disadvantaged" farmers until she can rule on the merits of the case. She wrote that the program, which is embedded in President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan law, is "significantly likely" to violate the constitutional rights of the plaintiff, a white farmer named Scott Wynn. Several white farmers have filed suit in cases across the country, at least one of which is backed by America First Legal, a group founded by former Trump White House aides. Howard implored the plaintiffs' lawyers and the Justice Department to move swiftly so that a more permanent ruling can be made quickly.
Persons: WASHINGTON, Judge Marcia Morales Howard, George W, Bush, Howard, Joe Biden's, Scott Wynn, Stephen Miller Organizations: Biden, Agriculture Department, Plan, America, Trump White House, White House, Justice Department Locations: Florida, Wisconsin
White House's Boushey says focus should be on full employment
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) + 0.98   time to read: 1 min
June 24 (Reuters) - Getting Americans fully back to work, with wages rising, should be the main economic focus of the day, White House economic adviser Heather Boushey said on Thursday, adding that the Biden administration’s spending plans would not overheat the economy. “I am first and foremost mostly concerned about getting us to full employment and making sure Americans have good jobs, and that we are delivering on that promise of a strong and stable middle class,” Boushey said at a virtual event put on by Politico’s Women Rule. “Certainly, out of control inflation gets in the way of that but.. the economic data points in the direction that these (higher prices) are going to be temporary.”
Persons: Heather Boushey, ” Boushey Organizations: Biden, Politico’s
CHICAGO — Doug Emhoff said in his first one-on-one interview as second gentleman that Vice President Kamala Harris has likely been treated differently because she is a woman of color and defended Harris from Republican criticism on her role addressing the root causes of migration. Emhoff shrugged off suggestions that Harris' decision to go to the border now was motivated in part by the former president. "I'm only in this role because the country elected the first woman vice president and that happens to be my wife, Kamala Harris. "Kamala Harris has had a long history with the Jewish community, not just because she married me. As for whether he and Harris have discussed a second presidential run, Emhoff said they are "not talking about that."
Persons: Doug Emhoff, Kamala Harris, Harris, Emhoff, NBC's Lester Holt, Donald Trump, I'm, I've, We've Organizations: CHICAGO, NBC, White House, Republicans, U.S . Naval Observatory, Georgetown University Law Center, Secret Service Locations: U.S, Mexico, Chicago, Los Angeles
The G-21 talks have focused on a $1.2 trillion, eight-year spending plan, with a mix of new and repurposed funding. “I’m hopeful we can get a positive response from the White House today,” he told CNBC in an interview. The two sides will meet at the White House at 11:45 a.m. EDT (1545 GMT), the White House said in a statement. STICKING POINTThe White House opened talks with the group after Biden broke off negotiations with Republican Senator Shelley Capito. The White House said her proposals had fallen short of meeting “the essential needs of our country”.
Persons: Mitch McConnell, Joe Biden, Jonathan Ernst, , Rob Portman, , Chuck Schumer, Nancy Pelosi, Schumer, ” Schumer, Biden, Shelley Capito, Republicans chafed, we’re, Joe Manchin, Manchin, Kamala Harris Organizations: WASHINGTON, Republican, White, REUTERS, Democrats, Democratic, CNBC, White House, Biden, Democrat, Republicans, Congressional Locations: Washington , U.S
Biden gives green light to bipartisan infrastructure plan
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( David Morgan | Richard Cowan | ) + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -U.S. President Joe Biden on Thursday embraced a bipartisan Senate deal to spend hundreds of billions of dollars on infrastructure projects, building roads, bridges and highways and helping stimulate the economy. U.S. President Joe Biden speaks to Senator Rob Portman (R-OH), following a bipartisan meeting with U.S. senators about the proposed framework for the infrastructure bill, at the White House in Washington, U.S., June 24, 2021. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque“We have a deal,” Biden told reporters, flanked by Democratic and Republican senators who wrote the $1.2 trillion proposal, which came after months of White House negotiations with lawmakers. Democratic and Republican members of the group displayed high spirits, chuckling and smiling together at microphones in the driveway of the White House. Biden was due to speak further about the deal at the White House at 2 p.m.
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The bipartisan group of senators meeting with White House officials said they reached a 'framework' for a deal. They will present their framework for the massive spending package to President Joe Biden tomorrow. "There's a framework of agreement on a bipartisan infrastructure package," Collins told reporters on Wednesday after the meeting. Simultaneously, Senate Democrats are considering pushing through an infrastructure package drafted by Sen. Bernie Sanders, who is chair of the Senate Budget Committee. Through budget reconciliation in July, an infrastructure package could be approved without GOP support.
Persons: Joe Biden, Susan Collins, Joe Manchin, Mitt Romney, Collins, Sen, Bernie Sanders, Jen Psaki Organizations: White, Senate, Service, White House, Wednesday, Bloomberg, GOP, Senators Locations: Sens
The White House said Wednesday that Harris would visit the US-Mexico border on June 25. Trump announced last week that he would visit the border on June 30 with Texas Gov. Former President Donald Trump has said that Vice President Kamala Harris is only now visiting the US-Mexico border because he was about to get there ahead of her. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki announced Wednesday that Harris would travel to the southern border this Friday. A US Customs and Border Protection agent stands guard on the US side of the US-Mexico border fence.
Persons: Harris, Trump, Greg Abbott, Donald Trump, Kamala Harris, Jen Psaki, Abbott, they've, Biden, Joe Biden, Lester Holt, hadn't, PEDRO PARDO Organizations: Texas Gov, White House Press, Politico, 12, Republicans, NBC News, Customs, Border, Getty Images, Republican Locations: Mexico, Europe, Guatemala, Texas
THE MONEY DIARIES OF HILL STAFFERS: Capitol Hill staffers have put up with low wages for years. Ambitious Capitol Hill staffers open up about working second jobs, snagging free food, and struggling to cover expenses on salaries starting in the $20,000s. See how Capitol Hill staffers get creative to make their salaries last the month. As former White House ethics czar Walt Shaub summed it up: "Yikes." Biden's pick to oversee Capitol riot cases: The White House is expected to nominate Matt Graves as US Attorney for the District of Columbia.
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Buffett Weighs In on Tax-Free Philanthropy
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( Andrew Ross Sorkin | Jason Karaian | Sarah Kessler | ) + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
Buffett says that philanthropy can be a powerful tax shield, if donors want it to be. Buffett’s donations, he said yesterday, resulted in only 40 cents in tax savings per $1,000 given. Buffett has criticized “huge dynastic wealth,” and his arguments for higher taxes on the wealthy led to the so-called Buffett Rule, a proposed minimum tax on millionaires and billionaires. Should the tax treatment of philanthropy change? The antivirus software pioneer, 75, died after a Spanish court said he could be extradited to the U.S. on tax-evasion charges.
Persons: Buffett, it’s, , Biden, John McAfee, JPMorgan Chase Organizations: Berkshire Hathaway, Big, White House, McAfee, Guatemala …, JPMorgan Locations: Berkshire, Guatemala
"White House senior staff had two productive meetings today with the bipartisan group of Senators who have been negotiating about infrastructure," White House press secretary Jen Psaki said in a statement Wednesday night. "The group made progress towards an outline of a potential agreement, and the President has invited the group to come to the White House tomorrow to discuss this in-person." President Joe Biden invited Democratic and Republican infrastructure negotiators to the White House on Thursday, as senators say they have moved closer to a deal to revamp transportation, broadband and utilities. Twenty-one senators — 11 Republicans and 10 Democrats — have backed the infrastructure framework. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., met with White House officials on Wednesday night.
Persons: Sen, Bill Cassidy, Kyrsten Sinema, Lisa Murkowski, Mitt Romney, Jen Psaki, Joe Biden, , Chuck Schumer, Nancy Pelosi, Schumer, Biden Organizations: Sen, U.S . Capitol, White House, Senators, Democratic, Republican, White, , Senate, House, Republicans, GOP, CNBC, YouTube Locations: U.S, Washington ,
Live Live Updates: Senators to Brief Biden on Infrastructure ‘Breakthrough’ A bipartisan group of senators and White House negotiators have agreed on a framework for an infrastructure agreement. Senator Jeanne Shaheen, Democrat of New Hampshire, and other senators met with White House officials on Tuesday to discuss infrastructure proposals. Allegations of forced labor in the solar panel supply chain have created a dilemma for President Biden and his aides. The Biden administration had faced pressure to take action regarding products containing polysilicon produced in the region. Rodney S. Scott, the chief of the United States Border Patrol, near a border wall construction site outside McAllen, Texas, in October.
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A growing group of Republicans who could run for president in 2024 are making their way to New York to meet with lucrative donors. Potential contenders who either have or are set to gather with donors in the Big Apple include former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Sens. Trump has not ruled out running for president again after losing in 2020 to President Joe Biden. Democratic candidates have fared better in the blue state, with New York donors contributing over $385 million to those running on that side of the ticket. Garbarino is running for reelection in the New York congressional district he won in 2020 by around 6 percentage points.
Persons: Mike Pompeo, Sens, Tim Scott, Marco Rubio, Ron DeSantis, Scott, Rubio, DeSantis, Pompeo, He's, Donald Trump, Sen, Ted Cruz, Trump, Joe Biden, Karl Rove, Biden, Andrew Garbarino, John Catsimatidis, Andrea Catsimatidis, Peter Kalikow, Robert Rosenthal, Ricketts, Todd Ricketts, Todd's, Pete, Joe, Ameritrade, Hudson, Todd Organizations: Big Apple, Florida Gov, American, PAC, Senate, Pompeo's New, Western Conservative Summit, Trump, Republican, CNBC, Politico, Responsive Politics, GOP, Democratic, New, Manhattan Republican Party ., Hudson Institute, Republican Party, Chicago Cubs, Republican National Committee, Hudson, South, Rubio's, Hamptons, Florida gubernatorial Locations: New York, Pompeo's New York, Denver, Texas, Manhattan, York, Nebraska, Wuhan, China, South Carolina, Rubio's Florida
The White House had no plans in place to swear in Pence, if needed, during Trump's bout with COVID-19. Trump, who became sick with COVID-19 in October 2020, was a very high-risk patient. And as Abultaeb and Paletta previously reported and documented in the book excerpt, Trump's condition was far more serious than the White House let on at the time. A president can also temporarily transfer the powers of the presidency to the vice president under Section 3 of the 25th Amendment — George W. Bush briefly handed over the reins to his vice president, Dick Cheney, when he went under anesthesia for colonoscopies under his presidency, for example. After being treated with multiple anti-viral therapeutic drugs and steroids during a short stay at Walter Reed Medical Center, Trump returned to the White House and recovered.
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President Biden has tapped Cindy McCain for a post at the United Nations. Cindy McCain will represent the US at the UN's food agency if she's confirmed by the Senate. She endorsed Biden during the 2020 campaign and is the widow of the late Sen. John McCain. Cindy McCain, an Arizona businesswoman and the widow of the late Republican Sen. John McCain, has picked to take over as the US representative for the United Nations Agencies for Food and Agriculture. Although the McCains were pitted against Biden and former President Barack Obama in the 2008 presidential campaign, both she and President Biden have described themselves as friends.
Persons: Biden, Cindy McCain, she's, Sen, John McCain, Republican Sen, Joe Biden, McCain, Donald Trump, Barack Obama, Democratic Sen, Krysten Organizations: United Nations, Senate, Republican, United Nations Agencies, Food, Agriculture, White House, Arizona GOP, University of Southern, US, Democratic Locations: Arizona, University of Southern California, Vietnam, UN
White House chief of staff Mark Meadows was "consumed with fear" that Trump would die from COVID. The White House was wholly caught off guard and unprepared for a COVID outbreak in October. The behind-the-scenes panic over Trump's illness is documented in the book "Nightmare Scenario." Despite flouting COVID protocols like mask-wearing and social distancing for months, the White House was fully caught off guard by the COVID-19 outbreak that swept through the complex in October, infecting both Trump and First Lady Melania Trump. At Walter Reed Medical Center, Trump received multiple drug therapies not available to most of the American public, and steroids that helped him recover from COVID-19.
Persons: Mark Meadows, Trump, Donald Trump, Yasmeen Abultaeb, Damian Paletta, Melania Trump, Read, Mike Pence Organizations: White, Service, White House, Washington Post, Trump, Food & Drug Administration, Walter Reed Medical Center Locations: COVID
White House negotiators and a group of senators struck a deal on a bipartisan infrastructure agreement on Thursday that will likely slash measures to combat climate change and help the U.S. transition to a clean-energy economy. The second package could also include programs related to child and elder care, education, and health care, in addition to climate change measures, issues that administration officials have called "human infrastructure." The prospect of massing major climate legislation through Congress was a longshot from the beginning, but Democrats had been fighting to keep the president's climate measures in a bipartisan bill. Markey, in a statement to CNBC earlier this month, said that any proposal that fails to address and invest in climate change mitigation "is in denial." "If we are not seizing this moment to get our emissions and our clean economy on track, we must reject this deal and work in good faith on a real climate infrastructure package," Markey said.
Persons: Joe Biden, Joe Biden's, Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi, " Pelosi, Sen, Ed Markey, Jeff Merkley, Markey Organizations: White, White House, CNBC Locations: Washington
Biden discusses bipartisan infrastructure deal from White House
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( Thomas Franck | ) sentiment -0.83   time to read: 1 min
[The stream is slated to start at 2 p.m. Please refresh the page if you do not see a player above at that time.] President Joe Biden is scheduled to speak to reporters from the White House Thursday afternoon to discuss a breakthrough infrastructure deal to fix the nation's highways, bridges and waterways. Correction: An earlier headline misstated the location of Biden's address. Subscribe to CNBC on YouTube.
Persons: Joe Biden Organizations: CNBC, YouTube
"Six-hundred-thousand-plus Americans have died, and with this delta variant you know there's going to be others as well. You know it's going to happen, we've got to get young people vaccinated," Biden said at a community center in Raleigh, N.C. "The data couldn't be clearer, if you're vaccinated, you're safe," Biden said. The agency has designated the more transmissible variant a "variant of concern." Experts say the delta variant could also cause more severe disease in those infected, but more data is needed to be sure.
Persons: Joe Biden, we've, Biden, that's, Anthony Fauci Organizations: for Disease Control, White House Locations: United States, Raleigh, N.C, U.S
WASHINGTON — Vice President Kamala Harris is planning to visit the U.S.-Mexico border on Friday, the White House said Wednesday. After being tasked with addressing the root causes of immigration, Harris faced criticism from Republicans that she should visit the southern border and see conditions for herself. During Harris’ trip abroad earlier this month, she was asked repeatedly by journalists when she would make the trip. Former President Donald Trump is set to visit the southern border next week with a group of House Republican lawmakers who have been critical of Harris. “Listen, I care about what's happening on the border,” Harris told NBC Nightly News anchor Lestor Holt in an interview earlier this month in Guatemala.
Persons: WASHINGTON, Kamala Harris, Symone Sanders, Harris, Alejandro Mayorkas, Donald Trump, Trump, " Harris, Biden, Abbott, Jen Psaki, Psaki, Mayorkas, Susan Rice, , ” Harris, Lestor Holt, Organizations: Homeland, Northern, Politico, House Republican, NBC Nightly Locations: U.S, Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, El Paso, Tex, “ I’m, United States
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden will replace the head of the Federal Housing Finance Agency with his own nominee, a White House official said on Wednesday after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling bolstered presidential powers over the agency. “In light of the Supreme Court’s decision today, the president is moving forward today to replace the current director with an appointee who reflects the administration’s values,” a White House official said.
Persons: Joe Biden Organizations: WASHINGTON, Federal Housing Finance Agency, White, U.S, Supreme
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democrats in Congress and at the White House nudged Republicans on Wednesday to join them in forging an agreement on a $1.2 trillion infrastructure plan. Two senior Democrats said they expected Wednesday’s meetings to yield results in negotiations that began after Biden rejected a Republican infrastructure proposal just over two weeks ago. The White House team includes Biden’s legislative director Louisa Terrell and Steve Ricchetti, counselor to the president. Senate Budget Committee Chairman Bernie Sanders is working up a far more ambitious infrastructure blueprint of $6 trillion. That maneuver would require all 48 Democrats and the two independents that caucus with them to agree.
Persons: Tom Brenner, Jon Tester, , Joe Biden, Chuck Schumer, Nancy Pelosi, Biden, Obama, Todd Young, Hakeem Jeffries, Louisa Terrell, Steve Ricchetti, Bernie Sanders, Schumer, Kamala Harris Organizations: WASHINGTON, White House nudged Republicans, U.S, Capitol, REUTERS, ” Democratic, Democrat, White, Republicans, Republican, Reuters, ” House Democratic, Senate, Democratic Locations: Washington , U.S
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Democrats in the U.S. Congress and at the White House nudged Republicans on Wednesday to join them in forging an agreement on a $1.2 trillion infrastructure plan by the end of business on Thursday. A second Democratic negotiator, Senator Joe Manchin, told reporters they hoped to have a deal before the Senate breaks on Thursday for the July 4 Independence Day holiday. Senate Budget Committee Chairman Bernie Sanders is working up a far more ambitious infrastructure blueprint of $6 trillion. Schumer has said he plans to hold a July vote on a bipartisan infrastructure bill and follow up in the autumn with a second Democratic-only measure. That maneuver would require all 48 Democrats and the two independents that caucus with them to agree.
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