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The Alabama coach's Crimson Tide lost to Georgia in the national championship game.
In his first press conference, President Joe Biden said the nation plans to administer 200 million vaccine doses in his first 100 days in office.
Trump was asked to respond to the victory of Marjorie Taylor Greene, a QAnon supporter from Georgia.
Reporters in the briefing room said the president was led out by a Secret Service agent. A shooting about a block away left an agent and "male subject" injured.
Dozens of guests at Trump’s Bedminster, New Jersey, golf club joined his news conference, booing reporters and appearing to flout state limits on gatherings.
The president got irritated with two female reporters at a coronavirus briefing and abruptly left the Rose Garden.
Kayleigh McEnany made a promise at her first White House press briefing that may be hard for her to keep.
While the president holds forth at his coronavirus press conference, the banner on the screen drills down into the "propaganda."
President Donald Trump defended his campaign’s libel lawsuit against the New York Times over an opinion article, saying, “There'll be more coming.”