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    Wednesday on FNC’s “Fox & Friends,” Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) demanded action from President Joe Biden and the Food and Drug Administration to solve the nationwide baby formula shortage crisis. Stefanik, noting the importance of formula access for babies, called the shortage “harrowing.” She lamented there was “no plan from Joe Biden.” “This is a crisis across America,” Stefanik advised. “I can think of no more harrowing just crisis for parents as they are desperately trying to find access to baby formula. [My son] Sam is nine months. He is formula-fed. We are lucky in the sense that there is not a particular brand of formula, but for health issues, some babies only take a certain type of formula. The shelves have been fairly empty in upstate New York, and I’m hearing from parents all across America. We are demanding action.” “I actually saw this crisis coming and demanded FDA respond in February of this year when there was the recall of the Sturgiss, Michigan plant, so this is a huge crisis,” she added. “We want to make sure that...
    President Joe Biden tours a Lockheed Martin facility in Alabama where Javelin anti-tank missiles are manufactured.Evan Vucci/AP Facts matter: Sign up for the free Mother Jones Daily newsletter. Support our nonprofit reporting. Subscribe to our print magazine.In the little more than two months since Russia invaded Ukraine, the United States has committed $14 billion in money and weapons to the Ukrainians. That’s an extraordinary sum, more than three times the amount of US aid Ukraine has received since 2014, the year Russia annexed Crimea.  But last week President Joe Biden blew past that figure. He asked lawmakers for $33 billion of aid, consisting of defensive weapons and economic assistance. If Congress approves Biden’s request, the US government will have sent Ukraine $47 billion in less than a year, more money than all but a handful of countries have ever received, in total, from the United States.  “It is almost unprecedented to shovel that much aid to one country in such a short amount of time,” William Hartung, a senior research fellow at the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft, told me....
    A female scientist went limp as she and other climate change activists blocked a Washington DC highway as furious motorists late for work yelled at the police to arrest them. Roughly 10 Extinction Rebellion and Scientist Rebellion protesters blocked I-395 going into Washington DC on Friday morning, halting the morning commute for many disgruntled drivers. They are demanding President Joe Biden, 79, to declare a climate emergency.  In video obtained by the DailyMail.com from News 2 Share's Editor-in-Chief Ford Fischer, some commuters could be seen getting out of their cars cars to yell at police to remove them from the roadway, while others joined in on a chorus of car horns.  One commuter wearing a red quarter-zip, screamed: 'Could you arrest these guys so we can go to work? This isn't free speech!'  Another in a black sweatshirt yelled: 'We got to go to work, man! We got to feed our kids, come on! Get out of the way!'   Another popped out of his sunroof to tell the protesters to 'go to Capitol Hill if you're really concerned about this...
    (CNN)As a commander of US Army troops that defeated the Nazi regime in Germany 77 years ago, Gen. Omar Bradley knew a lot about war. Three years after the Second World War ended, he warned, "The world has achieved brilliance without wisdom, power without conscience. Ours is a world of nuclear giants and ethical infants. We know more about war than we know about peace, more about killing than we know about living." In the 10 days since Russia unleashed a massive attack on Ukraine, the effects of "power without conscience" have been on full display -- the civilian casualties, the destroyed homes and offices, the hospitals moving underground, the masses of people fleeing for the safety of neighboring countries. Russian President Vladimir Putin's invasion shocked the world. But it was not a surprise. For months, the US government publicly shared intelligence that it was in the works. And for those who had followed the recent history of Putin's actions, the writing was on the wall for years. When Olesya Khromeychuk's elder brother, Volodymyr, enlisted in the Ukrainian military and...
    President Joe Biden unequivocally condemned House Republicans for 'threatening' their colleagues who voted with Democrats on the bipartisan infrastructure bill at a virtual event on Tuesday.  'It's just not right. We're going to change it, though,' Biden vowed.  Speaking at a Democratic National Committee town hall, the president, 78, addressed reports that some members of the House GOP are pushing to strip the 13 Republicans who helped pass Biden's $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill in a late Friday night vote.  'I know I get in trouble when I talk about "bipartisan," because people say, "Why the devil would I like any Republicans?" Well, it's important. We are - unless we get - generate consensus in America, we're in trouble,' he told DNC Chair Jaime Harrison.  Biden, famous for having friends on both sides of the aisle during his decades-long career in Washington, said the hyper-partisan environment was unlike anything he'd seen before.  'You know, the Republicans who voted in the House of Representatives for the infrastructure bill - you've seen in the press the reports that the other Republicans are trying...
    Gold Star wife Taya Kyle blasted the Biden administration on Fox & Friends First on Wednesday for how the U.S. conducted the withdrawal of forces from Afghanistan saying the move will significantly impact military morale and have widespread global implications. Kyle, whose late husband was depicted in the movie "American Sniper," explained how military retention and readiness will take a hit domestically, and internationally the climate is more dangerous since the Taliban took over the war-torn nation. CALIFORNIA FAMILY BELIEVED STRANDED IN AFGHANISTAN, 7 OTHERS EVACUATED  TAYA KYLE: Morale totally declines. You have issues already with retention and readiness within the troops and that has totally plummeted. Ultimately they are at the mercy of the commander-in-chief. They have seen people on the ground scrambling to take care of the mess that this administration made. Make no mistake- it's the people on the ground and the people behind the scenes that are trying to correct for it, and then the administration is taking credit for anything that went well when we all know globally this is going to have a huge...
    Donald Trump is lashing out against Joe Biden's latest infrastructure victory after Senate Democrats passed the framework for a $3.5 trillion bill in a 50-49 party line vote around 4 a.m. Wednesday morning.  'Good morning, America! While you were all sleeping, the Radical Democrats advanced a plan that will be known as the $3.5 trillion Communist Plan to Destroy America,' the ex-president wrote in a late Wednesday morning statement. He called the legislation an attack against 'our Nation, on our communities, and on the American Dream.'  Trump took aim at specific portions of the bill that would grant amnesty for millions of migrant workers and allocates $67 billion toward environmental initiatives. 'It destroys our Borders and the rule of law by granting dangerous amnesty that will flood America’s beautiful cities. It will overwhelm our schools, and make our Nation less safe,' the former president wrote.  Trump raged against Democrats' infrastructure framework bill in a late Wednesday morning tweet He said it would 'destroy' US borders and told Americans it's 'time to wake up' 'And don’t forget the crazy...
    Republicans have torn into President Biden's performance at his press conference in Geneva on Wednesday and criticized hearing more about his 'favorite ice cream flavors' than his inability to answer 'basic' questions with aides stopping him from going off-script. GOP members also criticized his 'weak' performance after his summit with Vladimir Putin and insist the US needs to put 'our best leaders forward'.  Their condemnation follows comments from CNN Chief National Affairs Correspondent Jeff Zeleny said Biden's aides are trying to prevent him from taking questions and 'scream' at him to stop. Arizona Rep. Andy Biggs told DailyMail.com: 'President Biden clearly is not capable of running this country, which begs the question, who is? The media has set such low standards for Biden that we hear more about his favorite ice cream flavors than the fact he is unable to coherently answer basic questions.  'It’s well past time to hold Biden and his administration to the same standard that Trump was mercilessly held to.' North Carolina Rep. Ted Budd also told DailyMail.com: 'Throughout President Biden’s trip abroad, he projected American weakness...
    Donald Trump admitted defeat in the 2020 election for the first time on Wednesday night, telling Fox News: 'We didn't win.' The former president, in a wide-ranging interview with Sean Hannity, conceded at last that Joe Biden had beaten him. 'We were supposed to win easily, 64 million votes,' said Trump. 'We got 75 million votes, and we didn't win, but let's see what happens on that.' Donald Trump on Wednesday night appeared on Sean Hannity's Fox News show and for the first time conceded that he had lost November's election. The former president condemned his successor's handling of the country in the months since January, and said that he was sure many voters were regretting having voted for Joe Biden The 75-year-old, seen at a June 5 rally in North Carolina, teased once again a run for the White House in 2024, telling Hannity that he was dismayed with the state of the country Hannity asked his friend what he felt about Biden's handling of the economy, allowing Trump to list his concerns about his 78-year-old...
    President Joe Biden took a moment during his address to a joint session of Congress Wednesday night to call for police reform and speak of George Floyd. Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris spoke with Floyd’s family after Derek Chauvin was found guilty of murder. Biden mentioned the verdict during his address. “We must come together to heal the soul of this nation,” Biden said on Wednesday night. “We have all seen the knee of injustice on the neck of Black Americans. Now is our opportunity to make some real progress.” He said the country needs to come together to “rebuild trust between law enforcement and the people they serve” and to “root out systemic racism in our criminal justice system.” “The vast majority of men and women wearing a uniform and a badge serve our communities and they serve them honorably,” the president said. He called for the Senate to pass the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act and said, “Let’s get it done next month, by the first anniversary of George Floyd’s death.” “We have a giant opportunity...
    President Joe Biden said Thursday that Americans should remember the country would have to “move on” despite the Democrat-led effort to impeach former President Donald Trump. Reporters asked Biden if he had a response to the videos from the Capitol Hill riots played by Democrats during the hearing on Wednesday. “I told you, I’m focused on my job … to deal with the promises I made and we all know we have to move on,” he said. “Today it’s about jobs and infrastructure.” Biden said he had not seen the videos live because he worked until 9:00 p.m. the previous evening but had seen some news coverage of the trial. “I think the Senate has a very important job to complete and I think my guess is some minds may be changed, but I don’t know,” he said. Biden met with Sens. Tom Carper (D-DE), Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV), Jim Inhofe (R-OK), and Ben Cardin (D-MD) at the White House on Thursday to discuss a future infrastructure package. The president emphasized additional infrastructure spending was critical to moving the country forward...
    First Lady Jill Biden filmed a public service announcement released Thursday, urging Americans to keep wearing their masks during the coronavirus pandemic. The first lady appeared in the video with her family’s two dogs Champ and Major. The ad was titled “Puppy Bowl XVII” to coincide with this year’s Super Bowl on Sunday. “The unconditional love from a dog is one of the most beautiful things on earth and we owe it to them to keep ourselves healthy,” Biden said in the video filmed in the White House. First dogs Champ and Major Biden are seen on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, DC, on January 25, 2021.  The pooches can be seen trotting on the White House grounds in pictures retweeted by First Lady Jill Biden’s spokesman Michael LaRosa, with the pointed obelisk of the Washington Monument in the background. (JIM WATSON/AFP via Getty Images) She spoke about how dogs had become “a source of joy and comfort” during the pandemic even though sometimes they interrupted video conferencing calls. Biden recommended Americans keep wearing their masks...
    President-elect Joe Biden's pledge to reverse the Trump administration's policies on border security and immigration will cause "a surge at the border that we've never seen before," former acting Director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Thomas Homan said Monday. Homan has long warned of an "out-of-control border" if a Democrat managed to unseat Trump in the November election. With Biden set to take office on Wednesday and a large migrant caravan already making its way to America's southern border, the former immigration official is growing increasingly concerned. "The criminal gangs have already figured out the transportation routes. The caravans are already loaded up and coming and more is going to come. You're going to see a surge at the border that we've never seen before because of the words of Joe Biden," Homan told Fox News host John Roberts. BIDEN TRANSITION OFFICIAL TELLS MIGRANT CARAVANS: 'NOW IS NOT THE TIME' TO COME TO US More than 3,000 Honduran migrants moved into Guatemala on Friday as part of a larger caravan that left a Honduran city earlier in the day en route to the U.S. They are...
    Fox News host Chris Wallace said on Wednesday’s broadcast of “America’s Newsroom” that Republican lawmakers who vote to object to the results of the 2020 election are “sad.” Wallace said, “I think that the point that needs to be made is how extraordinary this is. We have never seen what we’re going to see today. People point back to 2005 when George W. Bush beat John Kerry, and a congresswoman from Ohio and Sen. Barbara Boxer of California both objected, and both sides went into their separate chambers to debate for two hours about the vote in Ohio. Which was very close and what pushed Bush over the top. The difference is that John Kerry, the failing candidate then, had already conceded, and, in fact, he was very much discouraging and disavowing Barbara Boxer’s effort to hold this objection. And in fact, when it got to the Senate, she lost by a vote of 74 to 1.” He continued, “Now you’ve got maybe 100 Republican congressmen, more than a dozen Republican senators. You’ve got the sitting Republican president who’s going to be...
    Fox News contributor Karl Rove said Big Tech showed a "consistent hostility" to conservatives on Monday, as voices from both sides of the aisle look to rein in the powerful industry. "There are very real concerns that these media firms, which are dominated by people who are from the center left, and some of them very far left, consciously censor conservative content and are hostile to conservative voices," Rove said on "America's Newsroom." "What we've got here is a consistent hostility to the center right. It's not just the president." TWITTER LABELED 300,000 ELECTION-RELATED TWEETS, DORSEY SAYS Despite the liberal lean of Big Tech giants like Twitter, Facebook and Google, the companies have found themselves in bipartisan crosshairs. While Republicans have focused on what they deem unfair treatment of conservatives, Democrats have grilled the companies over not clamping down enough on what they consider misinformation. A recent Media Research Center analysis showed Twitter flagged 100 of President Trump's tweets with warning labels about misinformation between Nov. 2 and Nov. 16, compared to zero warnings for President-elect Joe Biden. FIRED ELECTION SECURITY OFFICIAL CALLS FRAUD CLAIMS...
    (CNN)Vice presidential debates are a bit like veeps themselves: a bit of a step down from the real thing.But the extremity of the times lends unexpected gravity to the upcoming showdown between Vice President Mike Pence and Democrat Joe Biden's running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris, in Salt Lake City, Utah, on Wednesday night.Pence heads into the clash seeking to restore some coherence and equilibrium to President Donald Trump's campaign following Trump's derailed debate performance last week and hospitalization with Covid-19. Pence's task is similar to that of then-Vice President Biden in 2012: steadying the ship after a rough first debate for the ticket topper, though Barack Obama's stumbles had nothing on Trump's tantrums in Ohio.Harris, meanwhile, is on a mission to relentlessly turn the debate back to Trump — including his irresponsible claim Tuesday that the coronavirus was just like the flu, and his decision to blow up economic rescue talks with millions unemployed. She will want to show she's ready to serve as president at a moment's notice -- a relevant question since Biden would be 78 when he...
    Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger discounted allegations of fraud in Georgia’s election ahead of the state’s anticipated Thursday report of a hand tally in the presidential race, and said he expected Democrats to prevail. “We have not seen any widespread voter fraud,” he told CNN’s Jake Tapper in a Wednesday interview. “The president has picked up some votes in a few of the counties that made some clerical errors. It wasn’t the machines. But at the end of the day, he started with 14,000. He’s about 12,000 now. But we’re finishing up, waiting for a few more counties to get back to us, some of the large counties, but I don’t believe at the end of the day it will change the total results.” Tapper subsequently asked, “So you still think … President-elect [Joe] Biden will be the winner of Georgia?” Raffensperger replied, “Yes, I believe that is the way it will turn out.” Georgia was set Thursday to report the results of a hand tally of the 5 million votes its residents cast in the 2020 presidential election. The...
    The best Trump ever. That’s what America saw in Thursday’s debate as the president finally found his stride. He was substantive, measured and relatively calm — a combination that enabled him to give the best debate performance I’ve ever seen from him. His repeated focus on jobs and economic growth reflected the success of his first three years and why 56 percent of survey respondents recently told Gallup they were better off than four years ago. FINAL TRUMP-BIDEN PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE: TOP 5 MOMENTS The president neglected to mention that important survey, but, asked what he would say to those who didn’t vote for him if he won, his answer captured the same optimism: “Success is going to bring us together.” Where’s that guy been hiding? The appearance was a surprise because this Trump was a completely different person than the rude, snarling president who turned the first debate into a mess and jeopardized his reelection chances. This one learned from those mistakes and was consistently disciplined throughout the 95 minutes.More from Opinion David Bossie: Top takeaways from Trump-Biden debate — one candidate exceeds...
    The best Trump ever. That’s what America saw in Thursday’s debate as the president finally found his stride. He was substantive, measured and relatively calm — a combination that enabled him to give the best debate performance I’ve ever seen from him. His repeated focus on jobs and economic growth reflected the success of his first three years and why 56 percent of survey respondents recently told Gallup they were better off than four years ago. The president neglected to mention that important survey, but, asked what he would say to those who didn’t vote for him if he won, his answer captured the same optimism: “Success is going to bring us together.” Where’s that guy been hiding? The appearance was a surprise because this Trump was a completely different person than the rude, snarling president who turned the first debate into a mess and jeopardized his re-election chances. This one learned from those mistakes and was consistently disciplined throughout the 95 minutes. Yet because most polls show him trailing Joe Biden, Trump was also eager to open another contrast,...
    Fox News host Chris Wallace said Thursday on “America’s Newsroom” that if the allegations that former Vice President Joe Biden had financially profited from his son Hunter’s foreign business dealings that would have been discovered by now. While discussing tonight’s presidential debate, Wallace said, “It’s certainly going to be brought up tonight.” He continued, “If Kristen Welker doesn’t bring it up — and I think she will — the president will bring it up.” He added, “It is interesting you saw yesterday Governor Huckabee say if you want to bring it up fine, but you have to talk about what people’s concerns, their daily lives are, healthcare, economy, jobs, all that stuff. Marc Thiessen, the former speechwriter for George W. Bush, said the same thing. I think the president has to be a little careful because you heard Barack Obama yesterday point out that The New York Times had revealed that Donald Trump has — not had, but has — a secret bank in China. And said that, you know, if that had come out when he was president, people would have called him Beijing Barry....
    Former Navy Adm. William McRaven, the man who oversaw the successful mission that killed Osama bin Laden, announced he voted for Joe Biden. McRaven, who served as commander of U.S. Special Operations Command from 2011 to 2014, announced his vote in an op-ed published Monday in the Wall Street Journal. In the piece, he speaks of his conservative bona fides and laments about, without specifically using his name, President Trump’s tenure as commander-in-chief. “Truth be told, I am a pro-life, pro-Second Amendment, small-government, strong-defense and a national-anthem-standing conservative. But, I also believe that black lives matter, that the Dreamers deserve a path to citizenship, that diversity and inclusion are essential to our national success, that education is the great equalizer, that climate change is real and that the First Amendment is the cornerstone of our democracy,” he said in the editorial, noting that he recently voted in Texas. McRaven has been critical about Trump in the past and said that “the world no longer looks up to America.” “They have seen us tear up our treaties,...
    New York City — Direct evidence implicating former Vice President Joe Biden in a pay-for-play corruption scandal will be released to the public 10 days prior to the 2020 election, Rudy Giuliani told Daily Caller’s senior White House correspondent Christian Datoc in an exclusive interview. The former New York City mayor spoke Thursday evening with Datoc about all of the new allegations raised by emails and text messages alleged to have been pulled from a hard drive previously owned by Hunter Biden. Giuliani, President Donald Trump’s personal attorney, did not deny that this is a political hit job. He said the reason he is releasing it slowly is to catch Biden in “lies” as his campaign denies the allegations. (RELATED: Burisma Official Told Hunter Biden They Wanted To ‘Close Down’ Investigation Against Firm’s Owner, According To Unconfirmed Email) Datoc pressed him to release a copy of the hard drive in full so that the Daily Caller could verify it, but Giuliani declined. Giuliani further accused Datoc’s questions about the veracity of the information originally published by the New York Post...
    Washington (CNN)In the span of less than two weeks, a time that was supposed to be a peak of President Donald Trump's first term has turned into one of the lowest points of his presidency -- with a series of clear missteps leaving Trump and many of his closest allies infected with the coronavirus and down in the polls. It began when Trump nominated a new Supreme Court justice. Then came a bombshell New York Times story revealed just how little the President paid in taxes. And while a story like that normally would have led national headlines for weeks, all eyes pivoted toward Trump's positive coronavirus diagnosis and subsequent hospitalization.It all comes less than a month before the 2020 presidential election. The latest CNN poll out Tuesday showed Democratic nominee Joe Biden with the widest lead in the election cycle and both vice presidential nominees gearing up for a debate Wednesday night.Trump, meanwhile, is promising a return to the campaign trail, even though it's not clear when he'll recover from the virus. Read MoreHere's a look back at the...
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