Actress, activist and humanitarian Angelina Jolie visited the White House on Wednesday and met with officials to discuss reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act, a landmark law championed by President Joe Biden. Jolie met with White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, Communications Director Kate Bedingfield and White House Gender Policy Council co-chair Jennifer Klein, an official told CNN. White House. The day before, Jolie was at Capitol Hill to rencounter legislators on the bill. Psaki tweeted: I briefly met this morning the tireless and committed #AngelinaJolie this morning to talk about the importance of re-authorizing the violence against women law and the importance to continue to fight for the women, children and families in the world. Jolie stopped briefly in the room on Wednesday White House press conference and spoke to reporters about why she's lying to reauthorizing legislation is so important. It's a health crisis, what's going on, Jolie said. And that's going to be resolved if we look at this as health and families and invest. ... And there is harm within families, especially for children and getting early care, and prevention. Read moreShe said she had good meetingsbipartisan on Capitol Hill on Tuesday which she described as encouraging. A spokesperson for Jolie told CNN: UNHCR Special Envoy Angelina Jolie is in Washington for a second day of meeting with senior White House and DOJ officials, as well as senators to continue advocating for women's and children's rights and family health. In her meetings, she will talk about the importance of VAWA reauthorization, FBI reforms, judicial training, and health equity, including impartial justice evidence-gathering here. Jolie a said on Wednesday she would attend meetings on the legislation with the Justice Department and Republican Senator Joni Ernst of Iowa. Ernst has pledged to re-authorize VAWA but written in an editorial published earlier this year that it did is not accord with some of the provisions included in the bill passed by the Democratic-led House D. Ernst spoke about her experience as a survivor of sexual assault and domestic violence. The bill passed by the House this year builds on previous versions of VAWA by allowing funding for grants and funding. '' other forms of support to prevent and address sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking and to provide assistance to victims VAWA reauthorization faces uncertain future in Senate . With a 50-50 partisan pision, it's not clear that there will be enough Republican support to make this pass. CNN's Clare Foran contributed to this report.