'It doesn't need to happen that way': White House takes tougher stance on Sinema protests

'It doesn't need to happen that way': White House takes tougher stance on Sinema protests


The White House toughened on Friday President Joe Biden’s response to protesters cornering Arizona Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema in a bathroom.

“He believes that what happened to her crossed the line and was flat-out unacceptable,” press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters at the briefing.

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She added, “It doesn’t need to happen that way.”

Psaki’s condemnation was firmer than the one she and Biden offered earlier this week after demonstrators followed Sinema, a critical Democratic vote, into a bathroom at Arizona State University, where she guest lectures. People approached on her flight to Washington, D.C., and at Reagan National Airport as well.

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