We're sharing some of your favorite clips through the years before our 45th celebration Dec. 28 at 8 p.m. EST on @CBS. ??
— The Kennedy Center (@kencen) December 9, 2022
Tomorrow December 13:
The President will host a ceremony on the South Lawn to sign the Respect for Marriage Act. The Vice President, the First Lady, and the Second Gentleman will attend. #LGBTQ #loveislove pic.twitter.com/SGvUjYs2xq
— KAMALA LA LA LA ???? (@KamalaNation) December 12, 2022
Capping a monthslong bipartisan effort, President Joe Biden to sign gay marriage legislation before a crowd of thousands at the White House. https://t.co/NmudcyAhFc
— AP Politics (@AP_Politics) December 13, 2022
For the first time since 1934, every single senator in a sitting president's party won reelection in a midterm—plus, Pennsylvania elected @JohnFetterman.
Looking forward to working together to deliver for the American people in the new year. pic.twitter.com/mlZtXeDwJi
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) December 12, 2022
NEW: Biden is creating an inter-agency group on antisemitism & Islamophobia after more than 125 members of Congress called for it last week. Will be led by NSC and domestic policy council staff.
— Sophia Cai (@SophiaCai99) December 12, 2022
A nonprofit group plans to distribute $80 million in private grant money over five years to help local election offices. The assistance is drawing renewed criticism from some Republicans who believe the intent is to boost Democratic turnout. https://t.co/6EaGo9WwBX
— AP Politics (@AP_Politics) December 11, 2022
In other words, 1/6 amounts to a political disagreement between the people who wanted to adhere to the existing elex laws and the people who wanted to overturn them by force. The political nature of the crimes is unavoidable but there’s no reason imo it should bar a prosecution.
— southpaw (@nycsouthpaw) December 11, 2022
this is because five out of six of these are things people enjoyed doing and the last one – not so much. https://t.co/GSZZTiuM9M
— James Palmer (@BeijingPalmer) December 12, 2022