Biden is going through a "summer of true heartbreak" with Black voters, according to Van Jones

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Van Jones, a political analyst for CNN, offers his opinions and recommendations on what President Joe Biden and the Democratic Party can do to win back the trust of Black voters ahead of the midterm elections.

Covid has been detected in Biden's system.

The president will isolate at the White House because of his "very modest" symptoms.

The White House announced on Thursday that President Joe Biden had tested positive for Covid, raising questions about his immediate health and highlighting the pandemic's ongoing influence on his presidency.


Biden, who has received two booster shots and is completely immunized, was described as having "very mild" symptoms, according to the White House. Additionally, he started taking Paxlovid.


According to CDC recommendations, he will isolate at the White House and continue to fully perform all of his duties during that period, according to a statement from White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre.


Biden completed the PCR test.


In Biden's system, Covid was found.

The president's "quite modest" symptoms will compel him to isolate at the White House.



President Joe Biden tested positive for Covid on Thursday, according to the White House, raising concerns about his current health and emphasizing the pandemic's persistent impact on his presidency.


According to the White House, Biden was reported as experiencing "extremely modest" symptoms and is fully inoculated after receiving two booster doses. Moreover, he began taking Paxlovid.


According to a statement from White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, he will isolate in the White House in accordance with CDC recommendations and continue to fully carry out all of his duties throughout that time.


Sens. Cory Booker (D-N.J.), Ron Wyden (D-Ore.), and Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) all co-sponsored a discussion draft of the legislation more than a year ago, and its chances of passing in this Senate are remote. However, the legislation will influence future discussions over cannabis legalization, and it is possible that some of its provisions will appear in other proposals that could become law before the end of the year.


Both Democratic and Republican priorities are included in the legislation: Federal cannabis-related data are erased, and funding is made available to law enforcement agencies to combat illegitimate cannabis cultivation. Additionally, it provides award programs for small business owners that come from neighborhoods that have been disproportionately affected by prior drug policies and mandates that the Department of Transportation.

Biden administration plans to elevate pandemic response office

The reorganization will put the office's director on a par with those of larger agencies like the CDC and FDA


The Biden administration is elevating the Health and Human Services Department’s pandemic and disaster response division after months of discussion about fixing gaps and shortcomings exposed during the coronavirus pandemic, three people familiar with the internal deliberations said.


The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response would become its own operating division as a result of the decision, which was disclosed in an internal HHS memo, elevating Assistant Secretary Dawn O'Connell to the level of directors of other comprehensive agencies like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration.


"This shift gives ASPR broader hiring and contracting capabilities while enabling us to assemble a coordinated national response more rapidly and steadily during future catastrophes and emergencies," O'Connell wrote in the memo. This transition is a crucial next step for our organization, which has developed and grown steadily since its founding in 2006—a pace that has accelerated in the last year.


The Washington Post initially reported on the action,


The military believes Pelosi's travel to Taiwan is a bad idea, according to Biden

Her visit is uncertain as a result of the unclear messaging.


Through OLIVIA OLANDER 07/20/2022 06:31 PM EDT

When asked on Wednesday if House Speaker Nancy Pelosi should travel to Taiwan as scheduled, President Joe Biden responded, "The military feels it's not a smart idea right now," according to pool reports.


The president added, "But I'm not sure what the status is. Additionally, Biden stated that he hopes to speak with Chinese President Xi Jinping within the next 10 days.


Next month, Pelosi intends to travel to Taiwan, according to two sources. Since Newt Gingrich left office, no House speaker has visited the nation in that time. It's unclear if Pelosi will postpone or cancel her trip as a result of Biden's remarks.


The journey would take place in the midst of heightened tensions between China and the United States close to the island, weeks after a Chinese fighter jet collided "unsafely" with a U.S. aircraft over the South China Sea.



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