Biden's bizarre 'Where's Jackie?' episode cause for alarm, Republicans say: 'Diminished capacity'
Several GOP lawmakers shared their concerns about President Biden's latest gaffe in which he appeared to search for the late Rep. Jackie Walorski, whose death he had mourned last month.foxnews.com
Jesse Watters’ Dig at Biden’s Hurricane Ian Response Falls Flat
Fox NewsJesse Watters attempted to make a wry dig at President Joe Biden on Thursday over his response to Hurricane Ian but came up empty after receiving pushback not from a Democratic-leaning guest but former George W. Bush deputy chief of staff Karl Rove.The Fox News host tried to give the impression that Biden has been dragging his feet about providing aid to storm-ravaged Florida, despite Gov. Ron DeSantis saying he is “thankful” for the help from the administration, which he has often critinews.yahoo.com
Biden blasted for using Italian election as example of ‘democracy at stake,’ why Democrats must be elected
President Biden was attacked on social media for using the Italian election as an example of a threat to democracy globally at the Democratic Governors Association fundraiser.foxnews.com
Biden says differences with DeSantis not an issue in getting aid to Floridians
Responding to a reporter at FEMA headquarters, President Biden said his political differences with Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis has not gotten in the way of helping in recovery efforts after Hurricane Ian. “This is about saving people’s lives, homes and businesses,” Biden said. “It’s not a matter of my disagreements with him on other items.”news.yahoo.com
GOP oversight chief says a full-blown investigation into Hunter Biden is unavoidable if Republicans retake the House this fall: 'We believe he's compromised Joe Biden'
Examining Hunter Biden's entire existence isn't something Rep. James Comer said the GOP relishes, but it's also something they just can't drop.news.yahoo.com
Biden's Pacific strategy heralds new engagement in region
President Joe Biden has told visiting leaders from more than a dozen Pacific Island countries that the U.S. is committed to bolstering its presence in their region and becoming a more collaborative partner as they face the “existential threat” of climate change.
North Korea fires missiles after Harris leaves South Korea
In a show of defiance, North Korea has fired two short-range ballistic missiles into the sea hours after U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris flew home from a visit to South Korea during which she emphasized the “ironclad” U.S. commitment to the security of its Asian allies.
Trump wrote that he knew 'nothing' when asked about the presidential transition delays with Biden officials after the 2020 election: book
When Maggie Haberman asked Trump about the delay in allowing Biden to proceed with an official transition, he replied: "KNOW NOTHING ABOUT IT."news.yahoo.com
Biden keeps US target for refugee admissions at 125,000
President Joe Biden is formally keeping the nation’s cap on refugee admissions at 125,000 for the 2023 budget year, despite pressure from advocates to raise it even higher to meet the need after falling far short of that target this year.
Capitol rioter, a ‘one man wrecking ball,' gets 7-year term
An Iowa man who admitted to taking part in the assault of a police officer as part of his role in the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol was sentenced to seven years in prison Tuesday after the judge called him one of the most serious offenders on that day.
McConnell backs post-Jan. 6 revisions to elections law
Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell says he will “proudly support” legislation to overhaul rules for certifying presidential elections, bolstering a bipartisan effort to revise a 19th century law and avoid another Jan. 6 insurrection.
Haaland: 'Traumatic' history shown in Brown v. Board schools
Interior Secretary Deb Haaland has joined House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn in visiting a rural South Carolina school that is now part of a National Park Service program to safeguard institutions connected to the Supreme Court’s 1954 Brown v.
Libertarian group sues to block student debt cancellation
A libertarian group in California filed a legal challenge to President Joe Biden’s plan for student debt cancellation on Tuesday, calling it an illegal overreach that would increase state tax burdens for some Americans who get their debt forgiven.