The White House said back in March that President Biden’s dog Major had nipped people a couple of times. If fact, at one point, the dog was biting Secret Service agents every day. This reporter wanted to know how we can trust the White House on big things if we can’t trust them on something like the activities of the Biden pet.
Writing in American Greatness, author Douglas A. Macgregor proposes the frightening possibility that President Biden resembles German Field Marshal Paul von Hindenburg, and the U.S. looks like the Weimar Republic, far too much for comfort. According to the piece: Will our social disorders combine with economic hardship to produce a furious storm that overwhelms the Biden Administration like the one that overwhelmed Hindenburg and the
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, a California Republican, said Friday that Republicans will take measures to hold President Biden “accountable” for the debacle in Afghanistan. McCarthy was answering a question about the calls by Republicans for Biden to be impeached. While he didn’t directly say impeachment would occur, he definitely kept it squarely on the table. Republicans are likely to have control of the House
Defense Department spokesman John Kirby Friday suggested that Americans left stranded in Afghanistan after Aug. 31 cannot rely on the military for assistance, and that the U.S. will rely on diplomacy to help them leave. “I’m certainly not going to speculate on what happens after this particular mission ends, but I would not envision a significant military role in that effort going forward,” Kirby said.
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