Today, I met with all four Congressional leaders about the urgency of keeping our government open and passing the bipartisan national security supplemental.
It was great to return to Late Night, ten years after Seth's inaugural episode.
The Border Patrol agents, law enforcement officers, and asylum officers I met with today reiterated what we already know: They desperately need more resources – more agents, judges, equipment – to secure our border.
I’m never going to stop fighting for hardworking American families.
Our police chiefs know that when communities trust police, we can solve crimes a lot faster.
American citizens deserve peace of mind that their sensitive data – ranging from health and financial data to location records – are protected from countries of concern.
House Republicans should stop playing politics and pass the bipartisan border agreement we reached in the Senate, the toughest and fairest reforms in decades.
Brave Ukrainian soldiers and civilians are dying. And Russia made its first notable gains in Ukraine in nearly a year. But here in America, the Speaker gave the House a two-week vacation.
During Women’s History Month, our Administration recognizes the long, storied history of great women helping to realize our nation’s founding promise and highest aspirations.