Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen warned on Sunday that “financial and economic chaos would ensue,” if the U.S. fails to raise the debt ceiling by early June and strongly urge Congress to take decisive action to avoid an “economic calamity” ahead of President Biden’s meeting with “Big Four” Congressional leadership Tuesday.
President Biden defended his administration’s strategy over the chaotic military exit, insisting the drawdown in Afghanistan couldn’t have been handled better without the type of “chaos ensuing” in the region, even though he previously vowed that the withdrawal would proceed safely and in an orderly fashion.
Russian President Vladimir Putin reacted to President Joe Biden calling him a “killer,” challenging the American counterpart to take part in a live debate, but the White House is refusing to take up this challenge, saying the president is “quite busy.”
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger addressed the phone call controversy he had with President Trump and practically divulged in the release and has erupted in nonstop coverage and has overshadowed the final hours of the Peach State critical Senate runoffs.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden fielded a total of 11 questions from the town hall audience members during Thursday night ABC hour and a half event. However, two of those questioners masquerading as regular voters are heavily involved in Democratic politics, with one being Obama former speechwriter and the other is a wife of a high-profile Pennsylvania Democratic fundraiser.
Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden vowed to come out with a “clear position” on court-packing before Nov. 3rd. However, he stated his decision will depend on how the Senate handles the floor process to confirm President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Judge Amy Coney Barrett.