Morning Greatness: WH Says Biden Will Run for Re-Election in 2024

Good Tuesday morning.

Here is what’s on 46 agenda today:

11am: The President delivers remarks on his strategy of building an economy around the power and possibilities of working people—an economy that rewards work, not just wealth—at the 29th AFL-CIO Quadrennial Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia


Biden ‘running for re-election’ in 2024, White House says
White House Reportedly Debating Federal Gas Tax Holiday For Americans
White House still won’t condemn protests at SCOTUS homes despite foiled plot at Kavanaugh’s house
Kevin McCarthy says GOP will focus on getting the country back to America First policies
Tentative Senate gun deal has surprises, and loose ends
Joe Biden’s Job Approval Underwater in 48 States — 33% Overall
What’s next for the Senate’s bipartisan gun deal
What the Senate’s bipartisan gun deal would change
Bernie Sanders says he won’t primary Biden and would support him if he runs again
Rick Scott responds to Biden’s attacks: ‘Unfit for office’
Stock plunge shakes confidence of higher-income Americans

Civil unrest:
Authorities Release Paul Pelosi’s Mugshot After DUI Arrest
Virginia Judge Kicks Soros Prosecutor Off Case for Concealing Criminal Records
How Imprisoned ISIS Terrorists Obtain Cash and Legal Aid
Ohio governor signs bill allowing armed school employees
Armed Pennsylvania citizen returned fire at Walmart parking lot shooter: report
In Texas, Moms Demand Action got more than 20,000 new supporters after Uvalde
NPR mocked for tweet warning tampon shortage a problem for ‘people who menstruate’
City of Uvalde avoiding handing over police records after school massacre
New York state to protect abortion providers under new laws
Texas shooting records could be blocked by legal loophole
Disney’s ‘Toy Story’ spinoff banned in 14 countries over same-sex kiss: report

Coronavirus news:
FDA advisers to weigh expanding Covid-19 vaccines to younger children
Mick Jagger tests positive for COVID-19

Other morsels:
Democrats play with fire by boosting pro-Trump candidates in GOP primaries
Conservative bench’s new war on federal regulatory agencies
Study finds German Catholic priests sexually abused more than 600 victims
Film about conservative news figure Matt Drudge is underway
Elon Musk’s SpaceX closer to launching giant, futuristic rocketship after review
Prominent al-Qaeda figure detained at Guantanamo admits to war crimes
Former FBI official had numerous unauthorized contacts with media during 2016 campaign, watchdog says
Amazon to deliver packages by drone, after a decade of promises
Israel’s Anti-Netanyahu Government Is On The Brink Of Collapse
New York City Subway Stabber Was Released From Jail Day Before Attack

And that’s all I’ve got, now go beat back the angry mob!

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About Liz Sheld

Liz Sheld is the senior news editor at American Greatness. She is a veteran political strategist and pollster who has worked on campaigns and public interest affairs. Liz has written at Breitbart and The Federalist, as well as at PJ Media, where she wrote "The Morning Briefing." In her spare time, she shoots sporting clays and watches documentaries.

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