'Our tone is not changing': Jen Psaki doubles down in attacks on Georgia election law making it harder to vote absentee after fact-checkers fault Biden for claiming it stops voting at 5pm | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: DENY X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

'Our tone is not changing': Jen Psaki doubles down in attacks on Georgia election law making it harder to vote absentee after fact-checkers fault Biden for claiming it stops voting at 5pm

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki tore into Georgia's new state election law Thursday, after President Joe Biden compared it to Jim Crow laws but was rebuked by fact-checkers for his statement about how it impacts the times when people can vote.

Psaki was asked about the new law, which has prompted public complaints by leading Atlanta-based companies including Delta Airlines and Coca-Cola, amid calls by some community groups to boycott the state amid charges of voter suppression.

The state's Republican Governor Brian Kemp signed it after the GOP legislature passed it – following former President Donald Trump's election overturn effort even as courts and state election officials shot down his claims of voter fraud.

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