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trump march01 Former President Donald Trump ruled out forming a new political party, and hinted at a 2024 presidential run. Addressing the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando, Florida, on Sunday, the billionaire-turned politician said such a move would split the Republican vote. "We have the Republican Party. It's going to unite and be stronger than ever before," he told the gathering. It was

syriaairstrike feb26 The United States carried out an air raid targeting Iranian-backed militant groups in eastern Syria. President Joe Biden authorized these strikes in response to recent rocket attacks against U.S. bases in Iraq, and to ongoing threats to American and Coalition forces in that country, Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby told reporters traveling with Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin. Many faciliti

bidenjustinetrudeau feb24 U.S. President Joe Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justine Trudeau jointly unveiled a new U.S.-Canada Partnership Road map. A White House communique explained that the Road map is a blueprint for relationship between the two neighboring governments, and commitment to work in partnership on areas of mutual concern, such as the recovery from COVID-19 and global health security, efforts to combat

vaccinationprogram feb19 President Joe Biden is expected to announce $4 billion U.S. aid to boost an international effort to purchase and distribute coronavirus vaccine to poor nations, White House officials said on condition of anonymity. Biden will make the pledge at the virtual meeting of G-7 countries Friday. He will join leaders of Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy and Japan to mark his presidential debut on t

trumpandmitchmcconnell feb17 Former President Donald Trump has attacked fellow Republican Mitch McConnell by calling him "a dour, sullen, and unsmiling political hack." McConnell, who was believed to be a close ally of Trump, had ripped him in a speech from the Senate floor last week after voting against the move to impeach the former president. The Senate Minority Leader said Trump was "morally responsible" for the US Capi

joebiden feb16 The Joe Biden administration has reopened the option for the American public to sign up for government-subsidized health insurance. An executive order that Biden signed gives millions who lost insurance during the COVID-19 pandemic the opportunity to enroll online at HealthCare.gov The special enrollment period runs runs up to May 15. In accordance with the Executive Order, the Centers for Medi

trump feb15 After the move to impeach former President Donald Trump failed at the weekend, President Joe Biden said it is a sad chapter in U.S. history, which has reminded that the country's democracy is fragile. The US Senate voted in favor of impeaching Trump by 57-43, but that fell short of the two-thirds majority needed to convict him. The Democrats needed the support of at least 17 Republican senators t

xijinpingbiden 0211 President Joe Biden called his Chinese counterpart and expressed concern over Beijing's "coercive and unfair economic practices", and crackdown in Hong Kong. It was Biden's first call to President Xi Jinping since assuming office three weeks ago. In the call, the U.S. President also raised Washington's displeasure over human rights abuses of Muslim minority Uyghurs in Xinjiang. A White House rea

trumps impeachment 021021 The Senate voted in favor of proceeding with the second impeachment trial of former president Donald Trump. With a handful of Republicans backing the measure, the constitutional vote passed by 56 - 44 votes. Trump's lawyers took up to four hours to make the case against the constitutionality of impeachment. They argued that the trial is unconstitutional because he is no more the President but a

trump feb09 The second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump begins in the Senate on Tuesday after Republicans and Democrats, as well as the House managers and Trump's legal team agreed to a rapid trial timetable. The trial will kick off with a debate on the constitutionality of the proceeding, in which both sides will get four-hours each to make their case. At the end of the debate, the Senate

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