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    MOSCOW (AP) — Russian President Vladimir Putin likens Russia’s action in Ukraine to the Soviet fighting in World War II. Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Former state Rep. Vernon Jones, a conservative Democrat-turned-Republican running for Congress in Georgia, labeled the Democratic Party “the most extreme organization in the world” as he recalled the party’s support for slavery and the Ku Klux Klan, as well as its current attacks on law enforcement and “independent think[ing].” In a video posted Thursday, Jones blasted the Democratic Party after President Joe Biden attacked MAGA — the acronym for former President Donald Trump’s campaign slogan “Make America Great Again.” [email protected] called the MAGA movement the “most extreme” in American history. Did he forget HIS party founded the KKK? That HIS party burned down black churches? That HIS party fought to enslave the black community? Well, I’m not letting him forget. pic.twitter.com/pY0bT2841M — Vernon Jones For Congress (@VernonForGA) May 5, 2022 Biden made the divisive remarks Wednesday, as he addressed the impending Supreme Court decision to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade 1973 abortion case. “What are the next things that are going to be attacked?” Biden asked. “Because this MAGA crowd is really the most extreme political organization...
    President Biden said he is ready to fork over the cash to fight climate change this Earth Day.  The president promised to spend 'billions' to begin a campaign to make every military vehicle climate friendly.  'Every vehicle, no I mean it. We're spending billions of dollars to do it,' Biden said during Earth Day remarks in Seattle, Washington.  'I think we're in one of those moments in world history, American history, where we've reached the point the crisis on the environment, it has  become so obvious with the notable exception of the former president,' Biden said.  The president then said his administration was working to take 'tens of thousands' of diesel-powered buses off the road and replace them with electric ones, as he talked about his administration's push to get electric vehicles on the road.  'I'm an automobile buff. I have a '68 Corvette that does nothing but pollute the air , but I don't drive very much.' The president said nothing about when his own motorcade or the 15,000 'Beast' limo he rides in, which gets around 8 mpg. would...
    Austria’s chancellor Karl Nehammer said Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press” that Russian President Vladimir Putin believes Russia is winning the war against Ukraine. Nehammer said, “I took the decision to visit first Ukraine and to meet President Zelensky, the prime minister, the defense minister and west prime minister, and they showed us Bucha. We saw the war crimes there. An orthodox priest told us Russian soldiers shot the civilians. After the trip to Ukraine, I did a trip to Moscow to confront President Putin with what I saw. You know it was not a friendly conversation. It was a frank and tough conversation. I told him what I saw. I saw the war crimes. I saw the massive loss of the Russian army. I told him there is a need for humanitarian coordinators.” Anchor Chuck Todd said, “Do you get the sense that Vladamir Putin is viewing reality in what’s happening in Ukraine, or is he getting a dressed-up picture of the war?” Nehammer said, “No, I think he is now in his own war logic. He thinks the war...
    Emmanuel Macron has claimed that those who criticise French lockdown policy are not living in the ‘real world’, while praising one veil-wearing Muslim woman as a feminist. Incumbent French President Emmanuel Macron has had a strange last 48 hours on the campaign trail, denouncing one voter as not living in the “real world” over her criticisms of the President’s lockdown policy, while praising another woman for being both a feminist who wears an Islamic veil, she said, voluntarily. Having initially thought to have been a shoo-in for reelection, Macron has suddenly found himself in tight contention with right-populist rival Marine Le Pen, the traditionally Eurosceptic and anti-mass migration politician polling within a few percentage points of the La République En Marche leader. According to a report by POLITICO, Macron ventured into enemy territory on Monday seemingly in the hopes of regaining lost ground, speaking face to face to voters in Denain, where Le Pen achieved 41 per cent of first preference votes. However, while the former socialist candidate may have entered the region with the hopes of winning hearts and minds,...
    MOSCOW (AP) — President Vladimir Putin on a visit to Russia’s far east says his country can’t be isolated in the world. Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    (CNN)A fresh tide of extreme populism -- feeding on economic strain, hostility to immigrants and cultural warfare -- is challenging key democracies from the inside at the same time Russia escalates the most brutal assault on the liberal Western order in decades.In France, the United States, Hungary and elsewhere, the center seems to be dropping out of politics as moderates lose ground to radicals on the right and the left, amid widespread public discontent after a two-year pandemic that saw governments significantly curtail individual freedoms.Only 17 months ago, a US campaign won by a veteran establishment politician -- President Joe Biden -- who had campaigned as a moderate against a wannabe authoritarian -- Donald Trump -- appeared to herald the end of the road for the former commander in chief's populist crusade.Yet Republicans, still in thrall to Trump -- many of whom have signed on to his corrosive lies about election fraud to win the favor of his supporters -- appear on course to capture the House, and perhaps the Senate, in midterm elections in the fall.They are capitalizing on...
    Former President Barack Obama visited the White House on Tuesday for the first time since leaving office in 2017. He was appearing for a healthcare event, where among other things, they discussed new initiatives to lower the cost of perspective drugs and touted the bona fides of the Affordable Care Act, which for anyone who has forgotten, passed while President Obama was in office, not President Biden. I'm sure it was supposed to be a very straight-forward event and in many ways it was. Who doesn't love a harmless throwback, a bit of nostalgia for a time before the chaos of the Trump administration and the emotional and economic malaise of the Biden administration? But like most of Biden's public events these days, it quickly became a humiliating and dangerous reminder for America and the world – that Biden often appears to be President of the United States in name only. If you are a Democrat or even an Independent, you more than likely have a fondness and appreciation for Obama. I would argue the only person on the left...
    President Joe Biden called Fox Corporation patriarch Rupert Murdoch "the most dangerous man in the world," according to a new book by two New York Times reporters. The remark was made to an associate in 2021 as Biden described Fox News as "one of the most destructive forces in the United States," according to excerpts of This Will Not Pass: Trump, Biden, and the Battle for America’s Future. The book, set to release on May 3, provides a "definitive account of the 2020 election and the first year of the Biden presidency," according to a description. The excerpts were reported Monday by CNN. Neither the White House nor Fox News has commented on the report as of press time. WHITE HOUSE HAS NOT SEEN SUFFICIENT EVIDENCE OF 'GENOCIDE' IN UKRAINE Authors Jonathan Martin and Alexander Burns are both national political correspondents for the New York Times and political analysts for CNN. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE FROM THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER While CNN notes the president has not publicly spoken about Murdoch and his...
    President Joe Biden once branded Rupert Murdoch 'the most dangerous man in the world', a new book has claimed. The Democrat, 79, also allegedly labeled Fox News 'one of the most destructive forces in the United States'. The claims were made in the forthcoming book This Will Not Pass: Trump, Biden, and the Battle for America's Future, by New York Times reporters Jonathan Martin and Alexander Burns. Biden made the comments to an unnamed associate in mid-2021 during the early months of his presidency, CNN reports.  The Australian media mogul, 91, is the founder and owner of the Fox Corporation, which runs Fox News, and his son Lachlan is the company's CEO. The book claims Fox is a 'torrent of anti-Biden programming, stoking skepticism about vaccines and disseminating wild conspiracy theories about the January 6 attack.' President Joe Biden once branded Rupert Murdoch 'the most dangerous man in the world', a new book has claimed RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'A true America First fighter': Donald Trump offers gushing... Biden will visit New York City...
    President Joe Biden delivered a speech in Warsaw, Poland, on Saturday that is being hailed by supporters for its tough stance on Russia, and derided by critics for the fact that Biden suggested Russian President Vladimir Putin be removed from power. The White House walked back Biden’s provocative gaffe. That did not stop Biden’s defenders in the media from proclaiming his speech to be the boldest since Ronald Reagan stood in Berlin and declared: “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!” There is ongoing debate about whether Biden should have cast the conflict in Ukraine as a clash between democracy and dictatorship. Regardless, what the pro-Biden pundits forget is that long before Biden declared in Warsaw that “the West is now stronger and more united than it has ever been,” President Donald Trump gave an address in Warsaw that called on the West to unite against Russia and other threats to western “civilization.” And for that, he was called a racist by the media. President Trump had chosen Poland as the site for his speech because of its importance on the...
    President Biden has made a u-turn over his call for regime change in Russia following the invasion of Ukraine by troops controlled by Russian President Vladimir Putin. The president was asked by a reporter as he was leaving Holy Trinity Church in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington D.C. on Sunday.  'Mr President do you want Putin removed?', the reporter asked. 'Mr President were you calling for regime change?' they asked, to which Biden turned to the camera and yelled 'no!' before getting into his motorcade.     President Joe Biden, leaving the Holy Trinity Church in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington told a reporter 'No!' when asked if he was calling for regime change  Less than 24 hours earlier, Biden said: 'For God's sake this man cannot remain in power,' in a shocking apparent call for regime change in Moscow. The call came at the end of an impassioned speech from Poland on Saturday. The unscripted remark, which the White House scrambled to walk back as the Kremlin expressed fury, came at the end of an otherwise resolute and fiery speech rallying the free...
    Barack Obama's Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson stood as an outlier on Sunday defending President Joe Biden's off-the-cuff remark that Vladimir Putin 'cannot remain in power.' 'I'm not sure I would have walked it back,' the first black DHS chief told NBC's Meet the Press, claiming 'everyone in the western world' backed the sentiment.  Johnson added of Putin, 'He's a war criminal. He's slaughtering innocent men, women and children. He illegally invaded Ukraine. And he's got command and control of nuclear weapons. Such a person should not remain in power.' It comes as federal lawmakers on both sides of the aisle scramble to downplay the president's remarks, some reiterating existing US policy while Republican Senator Jim Risch chided Biden to 'stay on script.' Risch called the comment a 'horrendous gaffe.'  Meanwhile Ukraine's ambassador to the US said her people heard the president's message 'loud and clear.'  Biden appeared to call for the Russian autocrat's removal on Saturday during an emotionally-charged speech in Warsaw after meeting with Ukrainian refugees fleeing the Kremlin's brutal and unprovoked invasion. 'For God's sake, this man...
    Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin attend a meeting during the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) summit in Brasilia on November 14, 2019.Pavel Golovkin | Afp | Getty Images It becomes clearer every day that Chinese President Xi Jinping's decision to double-down on his "no limits" strategic bromance with Russian President Vladimir Putin, just days before the Russian dictator launched his war in Ukraine, marks the most dangerous and short-sighted gamble of his nine years in power. If Europe's bloodiest conflict since World War II produces Putin's military withdrawal, failure, or his political ouster, it has all the ingredients to pose the biggest threat yet to President Xi's leadership, coming as it does in the leadup to his decisive 20th Chinese Communist Party Congress in November. Geopolitical odds-makers still expect a carefully choreographed outcome at the Congress that would anoint President Xi for a third term and perhaps even as "leader for life." That said, a Putin failure of whatever stripe could "create the chemistry necessary for a rethink of Chinese leadership inside the party,"...
    President Joe Biden talked about his late son Beau when he visited U.S. troops stationed in Poland during his remarks thanking them for their service. Biden recalled when he went to Iraq in 2009 to visit Beau, who was stationed there as part of his service in the Delaware National Guard, he discovered his son was using the last name Hunter. Biden said asked what was going on. Beau told his dad that the name 'Biden' could be a hassle where he was, and so was instead going by 'Hunter.' Hunter was the maiden name of Beau's mother, who died in a car crash in 1972. It's also the name of his younger brother, the president's only living son Hunter.  Biden regularly mentions his late son when he visits service members. And Thursday's trip to visit the 82nd Airborne Division he deployed to Europe during Russia's invasion of the Ukraine was no exception. President Joe Biden talked about his late son Beau when he visited U.S. troops stationed in Poland during his remarks thanking them for their service Biden often speaks...
    During his virtual address to Congress, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky made a direct appeal to President Joe Biden to “be the leader of the world.” “President Biden, you are the leader of the nation, of your great nation. I wish you would be the leader of the world,” he added. “Being the leader of the world means to be the leader of peace.” Those remarks were followed by a standing ovation by members of Congress. In his address, while he expressed appreciation for what the U.S. has done in response to the conflict, Zelensky reiterated his calls for a no-fly zone and for the United States to facilitate the Polish transfer of the Soviet-era MiG fighter jets, both of which the United States has refused to do so. “You know that that they exist, you know you have them,” he said. “But they are on the ground, not in the Ukrainian sky, not defending the Ukrainian people.” Zelensky also called for additional sanctions on Russia, including targeting members of the Kremlin. The address featured a powerful video showing the Russian military...
    A worried president of Lithuania told Secretary of State Anthony Blinken on Monday that a failure to stop Russian President Vladimir Putin in the Ukraine would lead to World War III. Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda said a policy of deterrence was not enough and that 'forward defense' was now needed.  'I must say that strengthening deterrence is no longer enough,' he said, adding that 'Putin will not stop in Ukraine if he will not be stopped.' 'It is our collective duty as a nation to help all Ukrainians with all means available,' said Nauseda. 'By saying all, I mean, indeed all means all, if we want to avoid the Third World War. The choice is in our hands.' Blinken, who is on a tour of the Baltic area to reassure the nervous NATO allies, doubled down on the American committment to the alliance's Article Five.    'An attack on one is an attack on all,' Blinken told Nausėda, citing NATO's collective defense pact. 'The United States, with all allies and partners, will defend every, every inch of NATO territory should it come...
    Getty U.S. President Joe Biden delivers the State of the Union address during a joint session of Congress in the U.S. Capitol’s House Chamber on March 1, 2022 in Washington, DC. It was a familiar scene. The president of the United States strode down the aisle of the U.S. House of Representatives to deliver the State of the Union address, the only constitutionally mandated instance of presidential speech. Usually, it serves to lay out the White House’s policy agenda for the coming year, along with perceived accomplishments. But as the nation tuned in for the prime time address on March 1, 2022, President Joe Biden had to do more than simply outline key domestic priorities such as relaxing COVID-19 restrictions for a pandemic-weary public, addressing the highest inflation rate since 1980, touting his nomination of the first Black woman to the nation’s highest court and mobilizing the Democratic Party ahead of the 2022 midterm elections. Read More From Heavy How You Can Help Ukraine: Verified Charities, GoFundMe & Ways to Support Ukrainians On top of this, Biden...
    President Joe Biden closed his first State of the Union address Tuesday night with a resounding sense of optimism and unity as the world watches Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, saying his confidence in the American people is what gives him assurance that democracy will prevail at this critical moment. “Now is the hour, our moment of responsibility. Our test of resolve and conscience, of history itself. It is in this moment that our character is formed. Our purpose is found. Our future is forged,” Biden said in closing. “Well, I know this nation. We will meet the test. To protect freedom and liberty, to expand fairness and opportunity. We will save democracy. As hard as these times have been, I am more optimistic about America today than I have been my whole life,” he continued. The President said, “The state of the union is strong, because you, the American people, are strong.” “We are stronger today than we were a year ago,” Biden said. “And we will be stronger a year from now than we are today. Now is our...
    At 9 PM ET President Joe Biden will deliver his first State of the Union address, touting American diplomacy that “matters” while telling his fellow Americans – and the world: “Putin was wrong. We were ready.” According to excerpts released to NCRM from the White House, President Biden will also say: “Throughout our history we’ve learned this lesson – when dictators do not pay a price for their aggression, they cause more chaos. They keep moving. And, the costs and threats to America and the world keep rising.” “That’s why the NATO Alliance was created to secure peace and stability in Europe after World War 2.” “Putin’s war was premeditated and unprovoked,” President Biden will also remind the American people. “He rejected efforts at diplomacy. He thought the West and NATO wouldn’t respond. And, he thought he could divide us here at home.” President Biden’s work in slowing down Putin’s attack on Ukraine and uniting the world against Putin has been getting international praise. It is an entirely different America than the one Donald Trump left less than 14 months...