October 3, 2022

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Biden's speech today: President wants Russia removed from G-20, hopes to visit refugees in Poland

Biden’s speech today: President wants Russia removed from G-20, hopes to visit refugees in Poland

Biden says Ukraine should attend G20 meetings if efforts to expel Russia do not succeed

Joe Biden wants Russia removed from the G-20, but stressed that this is the organization’s decision, adding that the alternative would be Ukraine’s presence as an observer.

Biden was speaking at a news conference at NATO headquarters following meetings with leaders of both the alliance and the Group of Seven on an unusual day of summits in Brussels over the invasion of Ukraine.

The president said he warned China not to help Russia or risk its economy; There will be an appropriate response to the use of chemical weapons; And he is likely to visit refugees at the Polish border.

Biden is now meeting with the European Council on a day focused on allied unity.

Thursday’s meetings will coordinate with NATO allies on military aid to Ukraine, new sanctions on Russia, and strengthening defenses in Eastern Europe. The United States also formally accused Russian forces of committing war crimes in Ukraine.

At home, the latest polls show that a majority of Americans want the president to take a tougher stance on Russia, while his popularity has remained unchanged since the start of the conflict in Europe.


Biden criticizes the reporter on the issue of Russia sanctions

Joe Biden cut in CBS News Who wondered why the new sanctions would affect Russia change track in Ukraine When previous sanctions failed to deter the invasion.

“That’s not what I said. You’re playing with me,” Biden replied during a press conference in Brussels.

Journalist Kristina Ruffini had asked how additional sanctions would help Ukraine when “deterrence does not work”.

The Independent Justin Vallejo reports

Shweta SharmaMarch 25 2022 08:45


US imposes new sanctions on North Korea

The US State Department announced new sanctions against individuals and entities in North Korea after Pyongyang conducted its first test of an intercontinental ballistic missile in five years.

A statement from the State Department said sanctions have been imposed on people and organizations accused of “transferring sensitive materials to North Korea’s missile program.”

The statement said, using the official abbreviation for North Korea, Korea.

Foreign Minister Anthony Blinken held talks with South Korean Foreign Minister Chung Eui-yong Thursday evening to confirm US support for Seoul.

Shweta SharmaMarch 25, 2022 08:00


AOC warns of a complete ‘collapse’ of support among young people

Speaking to NY1, she said all is not lost, that Biden could bounce back if he keeps some of his promises, including canceling student debt.

“We need to acknowledge that this is not just about the middle ground, but an increasingly narrow group of independent voters,” Ms Ocasio-Cortez said.

“But this is really about the breakdown of support among young people, among the democratic base, and the feeling that they worked overtime to elect this president and that they are not necessarily being looked at,” she said.

“It’s Biden’s strength and ability to write off student debt and not anyone else’s debt.”

Shweta SharmaMarch 25 2022 07:16


What did Russia say about its expulsion from the G-20?

The Kremlin described the pressure to remove Russia from the G-20 summit in Indonesia as “blatant and undiplomatic” and recalled that it was multilateral coordination.

“It is a well-known fact that the United States is applying blatant and undiplomatic pressure on all countries regarding an all-out confrontation with our country,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Wednesday.

As for the G20, it is a multilateral formula, and there are different opinions. “It is clear that the Americans will continue to put pressure on different countries, but as we can see, a number of countries prefer to stick to their independent, sovereign view,” the spokesman added.

Joe Biden Ukraine To be welcomed at future G-20 meetings and proposed to overthrow Russia.

Shweta SharmaMarch 25 2022 06:36


Conservatives are trying to seize the look of Sesame Street for Jill Biden

the first lady Jill Biden featured on Sesame Street And she talked to fuzzy dolls about the importance of kindness. Somehow, a number of conservatives found this objectionable.

The children’s show posted the inscription on their website Twitter account on Monday. In the video, the First Lady delivers the word of the day: “Kindness.”

“When we do things for others, we also feel good,” Biden told Elmo and two other marionettes. “It is important that we treat each person, beast, animal, and the environment kindly.”

Read the Nathan Place report

Shweta SharmaMarch 25, 2022 06:23


Biden warns that NATO will retaliate if Russia uses chemical weapons

“We will respond if he uses it. The nature of the response will depend on the nature of the use,” he said.

The president was asked if there would be a military response to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s use of chemical weapons. That would “lead to a reciprocity,” Biden said.

He did not go into details of his warning.

It comes as the White House has put together a national security team focused on responding to a possible Russian chemical attack, amid growing concerns that Moscow is preparing reasons to do so.

Shweta Sharma25 Mar 2022 05:58


Biden announces new natural gas supplies to Europe

Joe Biden is expected to announce plans to supply additional shipments of liquefied natural gas to Europe, in an attempt to wean the continent from dependence on Russian energy supplies.

He is expected to discuss the plans with European Union Commission President Ursula von der Leyen shortly before his departure for Poland.

The United States plans to supply the European Union with an additional 15 billion cubic meters of LNG by the end of 2022, financial times reported, citing two people familiar with development.

LNG shipments from the United States will go towards replacing the 50 billion cubic meters of gas needs of the European Union currently supplied by Russia.

The United States supplied Europe with 22 billion cubic meters of gas in 2021, according to European Union data.

Shweta SharmaMarch 25, 2022 05:25


The vast majority of Americans disapprove of Biden’s handling of the economy

A new poll shows that a majority of Americans (65 percent) disapprove of Joe Biden’s handling of the US economy, as his approval rating fell to a new record low of 40 percent on Thursday.

According to a poll by the Associated Press-NORC Center, the majority of respondents did not blame him for the rise in gas prices because it was something outside his control but believed his policies were hurting the economy.

Nearly 55 percent of people did not blame Biden for higher-than-normal gas prices, while 44 percent said he took responsibility.

The polls come as Americans grapple with rising food and energy costs along with the ongoing fallout from last year’s surge in Covid.

Shweta SharmaMar 25 2022 05:05


Biden: Ukraine should be able to attend the G-20 meetings if US efforts to expel Russia are not successful

President Joe Biden called for Ukraine To be welcome at upcoming G-20 summits if the US tries to kick it out Russia be unsuccessful.

After a meeting with European allies on Thursday in BrusselsBiden said at a news conference that it was time to intensify efforts to isolate Russia from the international community.

He said that if G-20 member states block his request to remove Russia, Ukraine should be invited to the meetings.

Oliver O’ConnellMarch 25 2022 04:45


Biden says he’ll be ‘lucky’ to face Trump in 2024

Joe Biden dismissed the challenge posed by a potential rematch with Donald Trump in the 2024 presidential election, and said he would be “very lucky” to run against the former president.

I am not criticizing anyone for asking this question. “I would be very lucky if this same man were to run against me,” Biden told reporters, while attending the NATO and G7 summit in Brussels, referring to Trump, in the upcoming election.

This comes in a recent survey conducted by The Wall Street Journal She revealed that the majority of registered voters said they did not believe Mr. Biden would run for a second term. The survey found that less than 1 in 3 respondents expect him to run again.

But Biden said he is focused on the upcoming midterm elections.

“So, we are very far in the election, a long way away. My focus in any election is to make sure that we retain the United States House and Senate so that I have the opportunity to continue to do the things that I have been able to do, in terms of growing the economy and dealing in a way rationale with American foreign policy and to be the leader of the free world,” Mr. Biden said.

The president will be 81 by Election Day in 2024 and has seen his popularity rating drop to a new record amid speculation that he will not run for a second term.

Shweta SharmaMarch 25 2022 04:38