Tuesday, July 27

Joe Biden

Arizona, arizona audit, Donald Trump, election integrity, Joe Biden, Maricopa County, Politics, Republican Party

Trump blasted GOP Gov. Doug Ducey during Arizona rally:’He doesn’t do a damn thing’

Former President Trump on Saturday criticized Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey at a Phoenix rally. Trump praised Arizona conservatives who backed an audit of the Maricopa County election results. In 2020, President Biden became the first Democrat to win Arizona's electoral votes in 24 years. Sign up for the 10 Things in Politics daily newsletter. LoadingSomething is loading. ...
Ambassadorships, Australia, Caroline Kennedy, Foreign Policy, Japan, Joe Biden, Politics, Ted Kennedy

Biden set to nominate Caroline Kennedy as US ambassador to Australia: report

LoadingSomething is loading. President Joe Biden is set to nominate Caroline Kennedy to become the next ambassador to Australia, according to a CNN report.Kennedy, the daughter of former President John F. Kennedy and former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, served as ambassador to Japan from 2013 to 2017 under then-President Barack Obama.She is a longtime friend and political ally of Biden, and spoke during the Democratic National Con...
Barack Obama, Debt Ceiling, Donald Trump, Economy, Janet Yellen, Joe Biden, Markets, Mitch McConnell, National Debt, Policy, Politics, Treasury, Treasury Department

Janet Yellen says Treasury is prepared to pay the US’s bills to prevent’irreparable harm’ to the economy as GOP balks at raising debt ceiling

Yellen said Treasury is prepared to pay off the country's bills starting August 2. It comes as McConnell opposes raising the debt ceiling without political concessions. Yellen said even the threat of a default risks major damage to the US economy. LoadingSomething is loading. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen sent a letter to Congress urging lawm...
Biden stimulus, Child tax credit, Congress, Economy, fourth stimulus check, IRS, Janet Yellen, Joe Biden, Markets, monthly checks, Policy, Politics, Ron Wyden, Sherrod Brown

Sherrod Brown called Janet Yellen, anxious that poor families may be shut out of’Social Security for kids.’ He’s not the only worried Democrat.

Senate Democrats are pressuring Treasury and the IRS to fix the portal for low-income families to get child tax credit cash. Sen. Sherrod Brown called Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Wednesday, he told Insider. Other Democrats are demanding the IRS move quickly to ensure non-tax filers can get monthly payments. LoadingSomething is loading. S...
Joe Biden, News UK, Politics, White House

Biden says he asks Secret Service to keep out of his room at breakfast time because he isn’t dressed

President Biden asks the Secret Service to keep out of his room at breakfast because he isn't dressed. Biden mentioned the habit while telling CNN he likes to have breakfast in his robe. The president is usually closely flanked by a detail of Secret Service agents. LoadingSomething is loading. President Joe Biden said that he asks Secret Servic...
Alphabet, Antitrust, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Google, Joe Biden, Tech Insider, Technology

Biden tapped a prominent Google foe head up the Justice Department’s antitrust division

President Joe Biden has tapped a Google critic to head up the DOJ's antitrust division. Progressive favorite Jonathan Kanter has reportedly represented Microsoft and Yelp in cases against Google. Google is facing a tidal wave of regulatory scrutiny throughout the US and abroad. LoadingSomething is loading. President Joe Biden is set to nomina...
coronavirus, COVID-19, Criminal Justice, Joe Biden, Law, Politics

Leading Democrats oppose Biden plan to end house arrest and potentially return inmates to prison after the pandemic

Since March 2020, more than 28,000 people have been released from federal prison due to COVID-19. Those released were assessed to face severe health risks if they contracted the coronavirus. Those released currently have to return to prison a month after the pandemic formally ends. LoadingSomething is loading. Two leading Senate Democrats are u...
Casa Blanca, Covid 19, desinformación, Estados Unidos, Facebook, Joe Biden, Noticias, Redes sociales, vacunas

Biden Now Says Facebook Isn’t Killing People | Digital Trends Spanish

A controversy that nobody expected. That's what the series of cross statements between Facebook and the president of the United States, Joe Biden, became. The president criticized the misinformation that exists in the social network about the coronavirus, which was even "killing people." Of course, Mark Zuckerberg's company responded and assured that the deaths associated with the disease were due, among other factors, to the decrease in the vaccination rate in the United States. Over the days, Biden seems to have given some thought to his answer from last week, and now he has toned down his remarks. In fact, in a new press conference he clarified that the platform is not killing people, but that disinformation causes a lot of damage. "Facebook is not killing people, these twelve peop...
coronavirus, COVID-19, Donald Trump, jen psaki, Joe Biden, Politics, PSA, Vaccine, White House

Psaki says Trump does not need’an embroidered invitation’ to make a vaccine PSA

Psaki rejected a suggestion for Biden to ask Trump to make a COVID-19 vaccine PSA. "We don't believe that requires an embroidered invitation to be a part of," she said. Every living former president, except Trump, has made such an announcement. See more stories on Insider's business page. White House press secretary Jen Psaki on Monday dismissed a suggestion for President Joe Biden to ask former President Donald Trump to create a public service announcement calling on Americans to get vaccinated against COVID-19."We've seen almost every former president play a role in putting out a PSA, making sure people understood in the country ...
Covid 19, Estados Unidos, izquierda, Joe Biden, Noticias, politica, Políticos, Tendencias, wikipedia

Wikipedia: co-founder accuses leftist bias on site | Digital Trends Spanish

Larry Sanger, co-founder of Wikipedia, claims that the free encyclopedia stopped being neutral to acquire, according to him, a leftist bias. In a radio interview, the philosopher referred to a series of examples ranging from COVID-19 to the elimination of some information about the current president of the United States Joe Biden, in addition to the impossibility of citing certain media that would not have a place on the left line. “The proper word here is: propaganda, when it is systematic. And that's what we're really dealing with at Wikipedia, ”Sanger said. “What many of our current media outlets, including Wikipedia, seem to assume is that there is only one legitimate and defensible version of the truth on any controversial issue. Of course, Wikipedia was not like that before ”. S...