Former President Donald Trump returned to Iowa, his first visit to the Hawkeye State since the 2020 presidential election, holding a campaign-style rally where he launched a multifront attack on his predecessor President Biden and Democrats, but stopped short in making any announcement regarding a 2024 re-election presidency bid.
For the second consecutive month, more than 200,000 migrants were encountered at the U.S.-Mexico southern border in August — as illegal crossings remained at decades-high levels despite the scorching summer heat, according to data released Wednesday by Customs and Border Protection.
President Biden is wasting at least $3 million per day of taxpayers funds in paying contractors to “guard steel, concrete, and other materials in the desert” as an effort to “not construct” former President Trump’s planned border wall along the southern US border, despite overseeing in the last six month since taking office one of the “worst border crisis in the last 20 years.”
President Biden prepared long and hard for Wednesday’s summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, assembling a group of Russia experts — including former Trump officials who reportedly helped briefed the commander-in-chief to be ready ahead of the showdown.
President Biden slammed former President Trump and the Republican Party during a press conference at the conclusion of the NATO summit in Brussels, Belgium on Monday, breaking a long-observed tradition that “partisan politics stops at the water’s edge.”
The developer of the Keystone XL pipeline announced Wednesday that they are is pulling the plug on the construction project after President Biden with a stroke of a pen cancelled its permit on the very first day he took office.