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Newsom Visits White House While Biden Away in Mideast

'See you in a bit!'

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) California Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsom has made himself right at home in the White House while President Joe Biden is out visiting his friends in the Middle East.

Newsom was seen entering the White House in a great mood, presumably practicing for his 2024 presidential run, the Washington Examiner reported.

“See you in a bit!” Newsom cheerfully said to a reporter as he strolled into the White House.

According to the governor, he met with First Lady Jill Biden, and discussed the status of radical right-wing states, along with the state of education in America. It is unknown if they dined on breakfast tacos, or if they did what variety was consumed.

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The two spoke about “all things education” including “what’s going on in many of those red states,” he said.

‘What’s happening now–banning books? Suppressing speech? The other-ing of our students, teachers, parents? It’s alarming,’ he added, slamming the GOP and conservatives across the nation for rejecting Critical Race Theory and transgender indoctrination.

The First Lady also presented Newsom with an award from the Education Commission of the States for his excellence in indoctrination.

Of course none of this comes a surprise given Newsom’s behavior in recent months. The radical leftist governor has long been priming himself for a 2024 run.

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For example, earlier this month his office bizarrely released a series of advertisements in Florida, offering Democrats there a place to live in California.

“I urge all of you living in Florida to join the fight — or join us in California, where we still believe in freedom,” Newsom said in the ad aired on July 4 across the state of Florida.

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