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Joe Biden is now meeting with his attorney general and a group of mayors and police chiefs to discuss reducing gun violence at the US.
Speaking to reporters at the start of the meeting, the president reiterated his recent comments about the situation in Haiti and the protests in Cuba.
President Biden: “The United States stands firmly with the people of Cuba as they assert their universal rights.”@POTUS on Haiti: “The people of Haiti deserve peace and security and Haiti’s political leaders need to come together for the good of their country.” pic.twitter.com/ujEftEEWRJ
During her press briefing, Jen Psaki also offered a preview of Joe Biden’s speech on voting rights in Philadelphia tomorrow.
“He will lay out the moral case for why denying the right to vote is a form of suppression and a form of silencing,” the White House press secretary said.
Ahead of Pres. Biden’s speech on voting rights on Tuesday, Psaki says the president will make the case that this is a “fundamental right” and lay out “the importance of empowering, engaging and supporting” efforts across the country to let people know their rights. pic.twitter.com/fVNO41fU7I