Biden takes questions on NSA, guns and immigration

June 10, 2013

Vice President Biden visited Capitol Hill Monday afternoon to swear in Republican Jeff Chiesa as the new interim senator for New Jersey.


Vice President Biden, photographed Jan. 20, 2013, in Washington. (Kevin Lamarque/Bloomberg)

Biden usually engages reporters as he walks the halls of Congress. But as he moved from the Senate Chamber to the Old Senate Chamber to reenact Chiesa's swearing-in for cameras, Biden was relatively tight-lipped on whether recent leaks regarding eavesdropping programs at the National Security Agency are adversely affecting national security:

Once inside the Old Senate Chamber, Biden mixed it up with Chiesa's family with cameras rolling:

As he departed the Old Senate Chamber and the U.S. Capitol, reporters inquired on two other topics -- gun control and immigration:

 

 

Follow Ed O'Keefe on Twitter: @edatpost

Ed O’Keefe is a congressional reporter with The Washington Post and covered the 2008 and 2012 presidential and congressional elections.
Comments
Show Comments
Most Read Politics
Next Story
Ed O'Keefe · June 10, 2013