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Week in politics: Justice Department appeals judge's order in Mar-A-Lago case

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Biden unveils the official White House portraits of the Obamas

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Portraits of President Obama and former first lady President Michelle Obama. Artist Robert McCurdy painted the former president's portrait and Sharon Sprung painted the former first lady's. The White House hide caption

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The largest portion of a new White House funding request is for $22.4 billion in COVID-19 funding, money that would go toward stockpiling vaccines and tests, as well as to research and development and the global vaccine response. David Dermer/AP hide caption

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President Biden will give a prime-time speech on Thursday about "the battle for the soul of the nation," a rally cry he and Democrats will use leading up to November midterm elections. Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Biden to give a speech in Pennsylvania on the 'battle for the soul of the nation'

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President Biden started his presidency only selectively referring to his predecessor as "the former guy." But he's talking about Donald Trump frequently in recent weeks and months. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Biden used to keep Trump mentions to a minimum. Not anymore

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Biden's week: COVID, a 'historic' agreement and the GDP

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2 possible 2024 presidential candidates, Trump and Pence, gave speeches in Washington

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Former President Trump returns to Washington to deliver a policy speech

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Members of the National Guard and the Washington D.C. police keep a small group of demonstrators away from the Capital after thousands of Donald Trump supporters stormed the United States Capitol building following a "Stop the Steal" rally on January 06, 2021 in Washington, DC. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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NPR Politics Special: What We Learned From The Jan. 6 Hearings

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President Biden tests positive for COVID-19 and is experiencing mild symptoms

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Then-Republican Conference Chair Rep. Liz Cheney, flanked by House Minority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy, right, and Republican Whip Rep. Steve Scalise, criticizes Democrats' impeachment of then-President Donald Trump in December 2019. Now she is trying to convince the public that Trump is to blame for the Jan. 6 insurrection. Samuel Corum/Getty Images hide caption

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With the midterms in their sights, defending Trump isn't a Republican priority

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Biden is wrapping up a week of high-level meetings with allies in Europe

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