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Biden holds a press conference in Madrid.

“This summit was about strengthening our alliance, addressing the challenges of our world as it is today and the threats we are going to face in the future,” Biden said. He noted that the world had changed since NATO’s mission statement was last drafted, which saw Russia as an ally and made no mention of China.

He also applauded the decision to welcome Finland and Sweden into the NATO alliance.

He accidentally said “Switzerland” instead of Sweden and, catching himself, joked, “Switzerland. My God, I’m getting really anxious about NATO enlargement. Sweden!”

He again declared that the United States was ready to defend “every square inch” of NATO territory. “The United States is mobilizing the world to support Ukraine.”

Supreme Court to make final rulings on successful term

Hello and welcome to our live coverage of the day in politics.

Today, Americans brace for two major decisions that will end what has been one of the Supreme Court’s most important mandates in decades. From abortion to guns, the decisions of the conservative 6-3 supermajority have radically reshaped American life. We now await their views on two cases that could have significant implications for the executive’s ability to develop policy.

  • After the end of this successful session, Justice Stephane Breyer will officially retire at noon and Ketanji Brown Jackson will be sworn in as the new Associate Judge in a small ceremony. Chief Judge John Roberts will administer the constitutional oath and Breyer will administer the judicial oath.
  • Meanwhile, Joe Biden ends his trip in Europe, where he met with European and NATO allies. He will deliver a speech and take questions from reporters at a press conference in Madrid sometime this morning.
  • Last night, the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol issued a subpoena for the former White House attorney. Pat Cipollone. Cassidy Hutchinson, a former senior aide to Donald Trump’s last chief of staff, Mark Meadows, testified Tuesday that Cipollone insisted that Trump not go to the Capitol with his supporters as Congress certifies Biden’s Jan. 6 election victory. He also sought to have Trump urge his supporters to leave the Capitol after the riot began, according to Hutchinson.

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