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BREAKING: The top General from NORAD and John Kirby admit the U.S. Military did not detect the earlier Chinese spy flights during the Trump Administration.

  President Biden "still learning things" about the unidentified flying objects and taking time to "absorb that information" before sharing with the American public, National Security Council strategic communications coordinator   John Kirby said   Tuesday. Kirby appeared on MSNBC’s "Katy Tur Reports" to discuss the ongoing tracking and researching of unidentified flying objects over the United States. So far, the White House has confirmed three more UFOs were shot down in the U.S. airspace with no country claiming the objects. President Biden, however, has not publicly addressed the issue. "There are those out there wondering why the president hasn’t addressed the American public," Tur said. "There are a lot of Republican lawmakers saying he needs to say something. The Prime Minister of Canada said something to the Canadian people. Why is the president not coming out. Is one of the reasons the president hasn’t come out is that the White Hou

Press Briefing by Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre and NSC Coordinator for Strategic Communications John Kirby

  MS. JEAN-PIERRE:  Hello.  Hi, everybody.  Good afternoon, right?  All right.  Good afternoon, everyone.  I hope you guys enjoyed a long holiday weekend.  It’s good to see everyone here.  Today I’m joined by John Kirby, who is the National Security Council — was it — Coordinator for Strategic Communications.  I got to get that right.  And he’s happy to take a few questions.  I know there’s been some news out there in his world.  So, why don’t you take it away.  MR. KIRBY:  Thank you, Karine.  Just a couple things at the top, everybody.  I think you saw this morning that the administration announced important policy changes with respect to anti-personnel landmines.  After conducting a comprehensive policy review, the United States is now joining the vast majority of countries around the world in committing to limit the use of anti-personnel landmines.  The use of these weapons put more civilians at risk of being injured by unexploded mines, including children, long after the fighti