President Joe Biden is not "looking for the guidance" from those Republicans to make decisions, Psaki said.
If the governor "has a means of eliminating all rapists or all rape from the United States, then there'd be bipartisan support for that," Psaki said.
Biden "believes it's up to a woman to make those decisions, and up to a woman to make those decisions with her doctor" on abortion, Psaki said.
"I think he made a decision on where things stand in our economic recovery at this point in time," White House press secretary Jen Psaki said.
GOP lawmakers have asked for President Joe Biden to step down after the suicide bombing in Kabul that killed at least 13 US servicemen.
Prince, a Trump ally and founder Blackwater Worldwide, said he'll charge extra to transport passengers to the airport from their homes in Kabul.
"Anyone who has an American citizen who they are looking to help get out ... send them to me directly," she told reporters.
"We are going to bring them home," Jen Psaki told Fox's Peter Doocy during a press briefing on Monday.
Trump was booed at his Alabama rally on Saturday when he recommended they take a COVID-19 vaccine. The state has the lowest rate of vaccination.
Psaki argued that Biden had to make "difficult choices" as president while Axelrod aired his opinions on TV.
Psaki was responding to Fox News' Peter Doocy, who suggested President Joe Biden was responsible for vaccine hesitancy.
"Our war is not on DeSantis - it's on the virus, which we're trying to kneecap," Psaki said during a White House press conference on Wednesday.
"I want public-health officials to make decisions about how to keep my kids safe - not politicians," Psaki said during Friday's news briefing.
Psaki said Biden did "something new" by allowing the Justice Department "to act independently on investigations."
"I don't find that boring. I work in the government," White House press secretary Jen Psaki said in a recent interview with "Good Luck America."
"We want to fight a fight about getting the pandemic under control and things that actually impact people's lives," Psaki told a Snapchat news show.
"No, I don't think that you can expect that we'll be providing numbers of breakthrough cases," Psaki said during Thursday's briefing.