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The disclosure Friday by White House press secretary Jen Psaki is a stark acknowledgment of the national security threat that officials see as posed by American extremists motivated to violence by radical ideology.

The White House is shining a light on domestic violent extremism, with @PressSecPsaki  saying the National Security Council will begin focusing on this rising American threat.

The FBI has said for several years that white supremacist/nationalist hate groups are the top national security threat; Trump actually cut funds that could have helped fight this terror. The White House today is reversing this

New: White House@PressSecPsaki  says Biden sent ODNI request for comprehensive threat assessment regarding domestic violent extremism; she adds, we want fact-based analysis to inform policy. Also: National Security Council will build new capability to focus on domestic extremism.

@Joe Biden is planning to add a domestic terrorism team to the White House National Security Council in response to the deadly Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol. The move places the new team just two steps from Biden, below the national security adviser.

National Security Directive on United States Global Leadership to Strengthen the International COVID-19 Response and to Advance Global Health Security and Biological Preparedness (The White House)

Emily Horne, spokeswoman for the White House National Security Council, said the US commitment to Taiwan was "rock-solid".

President Biden acknowledges those who are there to watch him and his family continue the informal tradition of walking to the White House despite security threats that resulted in 25,000 national guard troops to the streets.

US President-elect Joe Biden has nominated Haines, who had served as White House Deputy National Security Advisor in the Obama administration, as his next spymaster.

Trump’s national security adviser @robertcobrien  and Pence’s national security adviser @generalkellogg  in Oval Office minutes after Trump departure from White House on Biden’s Inauguration Day.

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The moment @JoeBiden  and I walk into the White House, we will inherit a series of unprecedented challenges. Today's announced national security and foreign policy leaders have the knowledge and expertise to keep our country safe and restore America’s leadership around the world.

Former Trump White House chief of staff, Marine GEN John Kelly (ret.) issues an on the record statement: "The delay in transitioning is an increasing national security and health crisis....

For the sake of public confidence and even national security, it is crucial that public briefings on the president's condition come from medical personnel at Walter Reed, and not from White House officials.

I’m seeing Governor Cuomo today at The White House. He must understand that National Security far exceeds politics. New York must stop all of its unnecessary lawsuits & harrassment, start cleaning itself up, and lowering taxes. Build relationships, but don’t bring Fredo!

Indications are increasing that- as many suspected - Pres. Trump's decision to unleash a national security crisis was impulsive with little thought of what might come next. The decision-making process within the White House seems fundamentally broken with few if any guardrails.

I am deeply concerned that the White House has canceled an all-Member classified briefing on the dangerous situation the President has caused in Syria, denying the Congress its right to be informed as it makes decisions about our national security.

Recently released emails clearly show what is driving Stephen Miller. It’s not national security, it’s white supremacy—something that has no place in our country, federal government, and especially not the White House. He must go.

The attack in Iraq that killed a top Iranian military commander could very well become a declaration of war. We are in a national security crisis. On-the-record answers from White House and Pentagon are needed ASAP.

The White House’s desperate effort to cover up and conceal won't deter Congress from exposing the facts: Trump abused his power and endangered our national security. We have the call record. We have the texts. The evidence of his grave misconduct only grows.

I hoped to not mention Omarosa - a minor story and distraction. But the latest revelation of recording in Situation Room raises grave national security concerns. Who else has acted (is acting) with similar recklessness? It's amateur hour at the White House and it's not funny.