WATCH: White House reacts to SCOTUS ruling on vaccine mandates

The Supreme Court has dealt a major blow to the Biden administration, ending a White House requirement that employees at large businesses get a vaccine or test regularly and wear a mask on the job.

Watch White House press secretary Jen Psaki’s remarks in the player above.

The court’s conservative majority concluded the administration overstepped its authority by seeking to impose the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s vaccine-or-test rule on U.S. businesses with at least 100 employees.

At the same time, the court is allowing the administration to proceed with a vaccine mandate for most health care workers in the U.S., resulting in a mixed decision for the administration.

Reacting to the ruling, Psaki hailed the decision allowing mandates for health care workers as “good news,” saying the administration will continue to enforce it.

On the OSHA ruling, Psaki said the White House will “continue to call on businesses to immediately join those those who have already stepped up, including one third of Fortune 100 companies, to institute vaccination requirements to protect their workers, customers and communities.”

“We have to keep working together in order to get this done to save more lives,” she said.

Psaki noted that a majority of employers in a couple of polls she referenced support vaccine requirements for their employees and will continue to require that their employees get vaccinated, with or without a federal mandate.

The press secretary was also asked about an animated video on the website of Iran’s supreme leader that appears to show a robot calling in a drone strike to assassinate former President Donald Trump.

The animated video was part of a contest to mark the Jan. 3, 2020 killing of Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani, who was slain in an American drone strike in Baghdad.

Psaki declined to comment on the video, saying she’s “not going to speak to the work of our intelligence community.”

She said that type of “offensive rhetoric and behavori” is something the world has seen from the Supreme Leader in the past. But Psaki said she could not “speak to more specifics of internal discussions.”

The video, posted Wednesday on the website of Khamenei’s office, appears to show Trump, on the golf course at his Mar-a-Lago, Florida, being targeted in a drone strike. It mirrors a propaganda poster last year also showing Trump on a golf course, calling for revenge for Soleimani’s slaying.

Earlier this month, Iran’s hard-line President Ebrahim Raisi demanded Trump be “prosecuted and killed.”