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White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki refused to answer multiple questions on Monday related to Georgia’s new election security law, including debunked claims that President Joe Biden has repeatedly made and whether Biden regretted his support for Major League Baseball boycotting the state after one county said that it will lose more than $100 million in revenue.

A reporter asked Psaki, “Is the President going to change the way that he talks about the new Georgia voting law?”

“Because in that interview that you’ve referenced, he said, ‘the law would end voting at five o’clock when working people are just getting off,’ and he said it would end voting hours early so working people can’t have their vote after their shift is over,” the reporter continued. “But The Washington Post gave that claim four Pinocchios because that part of the law gives counties the option to extend voting hours. And so I’m just curious if the President is going to change the way that he’s talking.”

Psaki deflected from answering the question which led to the reporter again noting that what Biden has said has been determined by election law experts to be false. “So I’m just curious if he’s going to stop saying that?” the reporter pressed.

“Well, again, I think the fact checkers will also tell you that this bill does not make it easier for people across the state of Georgia to vote, and that’s where he has concerns,” Psaki responded as she again refused to answer the question.

Psaki was also asked if Biden thought through his remarks in an interview last week where he said that he would “strongly support” MLB pulling the All Star Game out of the state.

Here is the interaction that Psaki had with the reporter:

REPORTER: Just to follow up on the baseball All-Star Game. I know that you made a point that he did not dictate the league, move the All-Star Game out of Georgia, but he likes to say the words of a President matter. He said he would strongly support if players in the league wanted to do that and they did it. Does he think that the PGA should move The Masters Tournament that begins this week out of Georgia?

PSAKI:  I’m not here to call for anyone on behalf of the President or the Vice President or anyone to take steps and reactions to the law in Georgia. The President was asked a direct question and the context of the question was also around the league meeting to discuss this exact issue and he answered the question.

REPORTER: Then should we believe that if PGA Tour players were arriving in Augusta this week or today to register for the tournament, if they got together and decided to, or talked about not participating, that is something he would strongly support or is there a difference between the [inaudible]?

PSAKI: I’m sure you will ask me that question or him this question, but our focus is on doing what we can to advocate for making voting easier and more accessible around the country. That’s where our efforts are going to be from the White House.

REPORTER: Before the President said that he would strongly support moving the All-Star Game out of Georgia, did he consider the economic impact? Because the Cobb County Tourism CEO is saying they’re going to lose $100 million dollars in lost business activity, 8,000 hotel rooms. Did he think about that before he said he would strongly support the move?

PSAKI: Again, he was doing an interview. He was given the context, as I just read out to you in full detail of how the question was asked. He answered the question.

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