Naomi Lim, Washington Examiner

Naomi Lim

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Recent articles by Naomi:

White House: Biden has learned from GOP 'recklessness' over debt-ceiling talks

The White House was adamant it would not negotiate with House Republicans regarding the debt limit before President Joe Biden sits down with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). → Read More

Biden dusts off Clinton and Obama playbook for battling House Republicans

Republicans risk being caricatured by the White House as President Joe Biden and his aides deploy strategies from former Presidents Bill Clinton's and Barack Obama's post-midterm election playbook. → Read More

Biden portrays GOP as threat to economic recovery in campaign-style speech

President Joe Biden underscored economic growth during the last three months of 2022 in a campaign-style address portraying Republicans as a threat to his post-pandemic recovery. → Read More

'Insult to the rule of law': White House rips Trump for Dobbs reporter arrest call

The White House has ripped former President Donald Trump for proposing that the reporters responsible for publishing the Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization leaked draft opinion be imprisoned. → Read More

Biden leads partisan battle over abortion on 50th anniversary of Roe

Abortion has returned to the political spotlight as pro- and anti-abortion rights advocates commemorate what would have been the 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. → Read More

White House sticks to 'no conditions' line as debt ceiling fight looms

The political stalemate over the debt ceiling begins in earnest as the Treasury Department maxes out its credit card to honor the country's obligations. → Read More

White House: GOP supports the 'ruin of millions of American livelihoods' on debt ceiling

The White House is targeting Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) as it prepares for what is expected to be a protracted political skirmish over whether and how to raise the debt ceiling. → Read More

Biden's documents scandal casts shadow over presidency

Some Democrats are distancing themselves from President Joe Biden as he faces a number of investigations into the classified documents that were found at his private office at the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement and his personal residence in Wilmington, Delaware. Although several Democrats, and at least one Republican, have acknowledged distinctions between Biden and former… → Read More

Biden works to shore up black support ahead of reelection bid

President Joe Biden's potential 2024 reelection bid is poised to depend on black voters, particularly black women, similar to his 2020 campaign. → Read More

Biden calls Republicans 'fiscally demented' ahead of debt ceiling fight

On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, President Joe Biden is seeking to amplify how he has helped black communities across the country. → Read More

Biden recommits to defend Japan after Kishida visit

President Joe Biden has praised Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio for his decision to bolster Japan's defense posture as the two countries experience tensions with China, North Korea, and Russia. → Read More

White House capitalizes on Republican divisions on abortion

As President Joe Biden is pummeled with criticism over his handling of classified information, the White House is trying to amplify Republican Party disagreement over its anti-abortion policies now that they control the House after last year's midterm elections. → Read More

White House pressed for Biden classified documents answers

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was needled on President Joe Biden's commitment to transparency after additional classified documents were found at his home in Delaware as recently as this week. → Read More

White House deflects national security concerns of Biden's classified documents disclosure

The White House downplayed national security concerns arising from the discovery of classified documents from President Joe Biden's tenure in former President Barack Obama's administration. → Read More

Biden documents 'inadvertently misplaced,' pledges special counsel cooperation

President Joe Biden and his lawyers have vowed to cooperate with special counsel Robert Hur, who has been tapped by Attorney General Merrick Garland to investigate classified documents from Biden's vice presidency that were found to be in his possession. → Read More

Pete Buttigieg's tough month

Between Southwest Airlines's employee scheduling system meltdown and the Federal Aviation Administration's safety information software program glitch, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg has had a challenging month. → Read More

White House insists Biden has confidence in Buttigieg after FAA system outage

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre conveyed President Joe Biden's confidence in Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg after a federal agency-administered system outage grounded planes across the country for 90 minutes. → Read More

Joe Biden accompanies Jill Biden to Walter Reed for lesion removal surgery

President Joe Biden accompanied first lady Jill Biden to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Wednesday, where she was scheduled to undergo surgery to remove a small lesion above her right eye. → Read More

Republicans implore House GOP to pump brakes on Biden administration impeachments

Regular business may have only just begun in the Republican-controlled House, but the first impeachment articles have already been filed against a member of the Biden administration. → Read More

Mexican president thanks Biden for not building '1 meter' of border wall

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador used his microphone as host of the 10th North American Leaders' Summit to criticize former President Donald Trump and other Republicans over their immigration policies amid a surge in illegal border crossings. → Read More