President Joe Biden urged G7 leaders to “stay together” against Russia’s war on Ukraine. While kicking off the summit in the Bavarian Alps on Sunday, leaders agreed to strengthen sanctions by banning imports of Russian gold.
Information about Hunter Biden’s laptop has continued to surface and the latest is seen as a possible national security threat. Recent reports have suggested emails from that laptop show Hunter helped an infection disease research company with bioweapons projects in Ukraine.
Recent reports suggest emails from that laptop show Hunter helped an infection disease research company with bioweapons projects in Ukraine. One America’s Stefan Kleinhenz caught up with a leading researcher of Hunter’s laptop and his business dealings for more insight.
British-based newspaper The Guardian claimed the Department of Justice was spying on its reporter over suspected “media leaks.” On Thursday, the publication said the DOJ issued secret subpoenas to access the phone records of reporter Stephanie Kirchgaessner.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott (R) signed a historic agreement with the Mexican state of Nuevo Leon to increase border security. During a press conference on Wednesday, the Republican said under this deal law enforcement from Nueva Leon will patrol the border and Texas will stop inspections of their commercial vehicles.
White House National Security advisor Jake Sullivan seemed to poke the bear as the Biden administration wrestles with how to dissipate Russian forces from Ukraine. On several corporate news networks Sunday, Sullivan echoed Joe Biden’s claims that Russia’s attacks on civilians are “war crimes.”
China issued a warning to the United States ahead of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s possible visit to Taiwan. During a press conference Thursday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said the Democrat’s trip would severely impact U.S.-China relations.
House Republican Ronny Jackson (R-Texas) introduced a bill to oust Vice President Kamala Harris from her role as border czar. The new legislation, which has 26 GOP co-sponsors, would remove Harris from overseeing border issues and force the government to recognize border security as national security.
The State Department is lowering its expectations of returning to the controversial 2015 nuclear deal with Iran. It’s just over a year into the Joe Biden presidency and his administration is already backing away from its top foreign policy goal.