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.
National Security Adviser, Jake Sullivan indicated that President Joe Biden and America’s European allies will soon announce more sanctions on Russia.
As Russian President Vladimir Putin continues his invasion of Ukraine, what are the implications on the rest of the world, including the Middle East? National security expert Walid Phares, who served as a foreign policy expert to 45th President Donald Trump, joined One America’s Stella Escobedo to discuss the matter.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky spoke with a group of European prime ministers, urging them to provide more support against the ongoing invasion.
President Joe Biden has come under immense scrutiny by Republicans in the upper chamber, over his diplomatic efforts with Iran. On Monday, all but one GOP senator sent a letter to Biden urging him to stop trying to ink a deal with the Iranian regime to revive the controversial 2015 nuclear deal.