Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) will deliver the Republican rebuttal to President Joe Biden’s first joint address to …
President Biden took the unusual step in weighing in on a highly controversial trial that has rocked the nation for the past year just before a verdict had been reached, saying that he believes the evidence presented was “overwhelming” against former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin accused of murdering George Floyd, making it widely clear that he is “praying the verdict” from jurors reached will be to convict.
Former President Donald Trump blasted President Biden for his handling in creating chaos at the southern border that “could destroy our country,” saying his successor could have prevented the massive border crisis failure if all he did was just “leave it alone.”
The White House on Monday walks back remarks President Biden made over the weekend in referring to the influx surge of unaccompanied minors crossing the southern border as a “crisis,” arguing that he misspoke and that he actually was implying the conditions in Central America that have led to migrants to flee, not the situation regarding minors being held in cramped jail-like detention facilities at the border.
President Biden announced two vocal Trump critics he is slated to nominate Monday to oversee the Department of Homeland Security agency, as well as a slew of others for several top immigration roles, as the new administration struggles to contain a homemade crisis they are facing with having the largest increase in migrants arriving at the southwest border in over two decades.
After almost a week in expressing strong support over Major League Baseball’s decision to move its All-Star Game out of Atlanta in response to the state’s new voting laws, President Biden sought to cast the blame now on Georgia for causing corporations to make such difficult decisions in boycotting “these new Jim Crow laws.”