Obama jokingly calls Biden ‘Vice President’ when he returns to the White House
In a provocative speech to the North American Construction Federation conference, President Joe Biden imposed new sanctions on Russia and, without naming him, mocked Rep. Matt Gates for questioning Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin.
The president received a standing ovation for his comments on the economy, jobs and unions, and was also fined for Amazon’s stance on workplace regulation and its precedent on taxes (also unapproved). Biden concluded his speech by announcing an investment of $20 billion in public transportation – the largest investment in US history.
Previously, Republicans and conservative commentators were convicted of posting misleading and altered clips claiming to show the president disdainful disregard for Barack Obama at a White House event yesterday.
Obama gave his first public address at the Executive Palace since leaving office – in celebration of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. Biden announced changes to the health care program that would allow up to 200,000 uninsured Americans to qualify for coverage.
Asked for advice to Democrats worried about this year’s midterm elections, Obama said they have a story to tell, “they just need to tell it.”
“Merva destroyed Tom Cotton” and the Republican Party’s “fascism” tore up the Democratic seat
And the Democratic leader went on the offensive, telling voters that the Republican Party’s embrace of “fraud, fear and fascism” should not be rewarded with a return to power in Washington.
DNC President Jimmy Harrison made these remarks while performing on MSNBC morning atmosphereTaking into account the goals of the GOP, Tom Cotton of Arkansas criticized Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson and was widely criticized as being cheap and based on a willful misreading of her previous work.
John Bowden has the story from Washington, DC.
Oliver O’Connell7 Apr 2022 00:29
House votes to invite Trump aides Peter Navarro and Dan Scavino to meeting in contempt of Congress
The US House of Representatives voted 220-203 to bring two former White House employees to trial in criminal contempt of Congress for defying subpoenas to submit documents and provide evidence to the Select Committee that shut down the Jan. 6 tests.
Only two Republicans — two select committee members Liz Cheney of Wyoming and Adam Kinzinger of Illinois — joined 218 Democrats Wednesday to vote in favor of a resolution to fire former White House Deputy Chief of Staff Daniel Scavino and the former director of the National Trade Council. clings. Peter Navarro was scorned and prosecuted for refusing to comply with subpoenas issued as part of the nine-member panel’s investigation into the worst attack on the United States Capitol since Major General Robert Ross ordered British forces to act in 1814. To set fire to the city.
Andrew Feinberg and Eric Garcia report from Washington, DC.
Oliver O’ConnellApril 7, 2022 00:11
GOP prepares for Hunter Biden with congressional investigations
Republicans are interested in Hunter Biden’s foreign business dealings lawsuits through the Congress’s Investigative Authorization Authority if the Republican Party regains control of one or both houses of Congress later this year.
A Republican congressman sits before the House Oversight Committee, which has broad powers to investigate government affairs. Policy In a recent interview, he said his committee would terminate Hunter Biden’s foreign trade dealings if he chairs the influence committee next year.
“The House Oversight Committee will be above Hunter Biden,” Representative James Comer said.
Oliver O’ConnellApril 6, 2022, 11:30 p.m.
AOC-confident GOP immigration provisions will not be subject to the COVID Relief Act
independentPresident Eric Garcia spoke with Mrs. Ocasio-Cortez at the US Capitol.
Oliver O’ConnellApril 6, 2022 11:00 PM
White House: The United States faces a $2 trillion annual climate crisis bill by 2100
Failure to act on the climate crisis and succumb to a downward spiral of wildfires and heatwaves According to a new federal analysis, severe floods and storms could cost the federal government a $2 trillion annual bill by the end of the century.
Louise Boyle, climate correspondent, reports for independent†
Oliver O’ConnellApril 6 2022 22:44
Biden: Trump is the ‘last man’ who did not attend the inauguration
President Joe Biden punched his predecessor in the White House, whom he called “the last man” during a speech in Washington, D.C., to loud laughter and cheers from the audience.
Oliver O’ConnellApril 6 2022 22:25
Not to be outdone by Texas, DeSantis says Florida will do the same
Not to be outdone by Texas Governor Greg Abbott, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis claims he will send illegal immigrants to Delaware, the home state of President Joe Biden.
Oliver O’ConnellApril 6 2022 22:15
Earlier: Garland, Raimundo tested positive for Covid-19
Garland is the second government official to announce a positive test result on Wednesday. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo has also tested positive for the virus using a home antigen test.
Oliver O’ConnellApril 6 2022 22:06
VP Communications Manager positive for Covid
Vice President Kamala Harris’ press secretary, Kirsten Allen, released the following statement:
Jamal Simmons, the vice president’s director of communications, tested positive for COVID-19 today. Jamal has been in close contact with the vice president, as defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines. Jamal is single and works from home. The vice president will follow Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines for those who have been in close contact with a positive person and will continue to see her doctor. The vice president plans to continue her public agenda.
Oliver O’ConnellApril 6, 2022 21:51
Raskin accuses Marjorie Taylor Green of ‘repeating Trump’s collusion with Vladimir Putin’
Mr. Raskin spoke of his support for the detention of former Trump administration officials, as Peter Navarro Scavino was found guilty of criminal contempt for ignoring subpoenas issued by the House committee on January 6.
when mr. Raskin called the House of Representatives their contempt, and was alarmed by the Georgian congressman, who exclaimed, “What about Russia’s plot?
Oliver O’ConnellApril 6, 2022 9:47 PM
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