President Biden made a surprise visit to Ukraine, his first time to the war-torn country of his presidency and to show support ahead of the eve of the one-year anniversary since Russia launching its full-scale invasion.
The U.S. is expected to reach its borrowing limit next Thursday, causing the Treasury Department to begin deploying “extraordinary measures” that buys the federal government enough time to starve off the specter of a debt default until at least early June as Washington kicks off a contentious debt ceiling battle.
President Biden made a stunning revelation Thursday after it was disclosed that the second batch of classified documents was discovered inside his Wilmington, Delaware garage, admitting that he did indeed store the nation’s top secret information next to his beloved classic Corvette.
President Biden said the United States would intervene militarily if China attempted to invade Taiwan, a remark that appeared to deviate from the deliberate ambiguity traditionally held by Washington and thrice again sow confusion over U.S. policy in the region.
The Biden administration will announce an additional sweeping sanctions package that includes a ban on all new investment in Russia, Russian banks and state-owned enterprises, additional sanctions on Russian government officials and family members.
President Biden called for a war crimes trial against Russian President Vladimir Putin following graphic images emerging of “outrageous” atrocities of civilian massacres allegedly carried out by Russian forces in Ukraine.