OAN NEWSROOM UPDATED 9:20 AM PT – Wednesday, June 8, 2022 Russia’s United Nations ambassador walked out of a panel meeting to protest accusations against…
The US has sent nearly $54 billion to Ukraine, but many are pointing out that money could be used to help fund schools in America.
Former congressman Dr. Ron Paul said expanding NATO to include Sweden and Finland amounts to “foreign adventurism” and “provocation” paid for by US taxpayers.
Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo has continued to try and shift blame for the inflation crisis sweeping the US.
President Joe Biden and his National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan met with NATO Chief Jens Stoltenberg to discuss the Ukraine crisis. The three officials met Thursday at the White House, to discuss the bids by Sweden and Finland to join NATO amid opposition by Turkey.
The White House is, once again, justifying President Joe Biden’s statements after reports of US cyber attacks against Russia have emerged. According to administration officials, this offensive against Russia does not violate Biden’s policy of not directly engaging with the country.
President Joe Biden is walking back claims that he wants to see Vladimir Putin removed from office, despite previously stating the Russian leader “could not remain in power.” In a New York Times editorial Tuesday, Biden said the US does not seek a war between NATO and Russia. Additionally, he said the US will not push for Putin’s ouster.
The Biden administration is keeping its head in the ground as the US economy is on its way to catastrophe. At the White House and on corporate networks Tuesday, several of President Joe Biden’s economic advisors tried to downplay the severity of rampant inflation and chocked supply chain.
President Joe Biden welcomed New Zealand’s far-left Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, to the White House. During a meeting Tuesday, the two discussed gun control, so-called climate change and their support for the Ukraine government.