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President Biden's Dog Commander Bit Secret Service Agents On 24 Occasions

TMZ.com Thursday, 22 February 2024
More insight on the biting problems with President Biden's family dog Commander ... the German Shepherd bit Secret Service agents on at least two dozen occasions. Commander is no longer living with the Bidens at the White House ... but when he was,…
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Recent Polls Show Joe Biden Holds a Slight Lead in Upcoming Presidential Election [Video]

Recent Polls Show Joe Biden Holds a Slight Lead in Upcoming Presidential Election

Recent Polls Show , Joe Biden Holds a Slight Lead , in Upcoming Presidential Election. 'Newsweek' reports that a series of recent polls have placed current United States President Joe Biden with a significant lead over his opponent Donald Trump. 'Newsweek' reports that a series of recent polls have placed current United States President Joe Biden with a significant lead over his opponent Donald Trump. Here are some of the recent poll results in favor of Biden for reelection. . Florida Atlantic University/Mainstreet, This poll gave Biden a slight edge with 47% of voters over 45% for Trump. Florida Atlantic University/Mainstreet, This poll gave Biden a slight edge with 47% of voters over 45% for Trump. RMG Research, This poll of 1,679 voters also had Biden holding a narrow 44% to 43% lead over Trump. . RMG Research, This poll of 1,679 voters also had Biden holding a narrow 44% to 43% lead over Trump. . Ipsos, This poll found that 41% of registered voters would support Biden, compared to just 37% for Trump. Ipsos, This poll found that 41% of registered voters would support Biden, compared to just 37% for Trump. Quinnipiac University, This March 27 poll found that Biden had a 3% lead with 48% of voter support, compared to Trump's 45%. Quinnipiac University, This March 27 poll found that Biden had a 3% lead with 48% of voter support, compared to Trump's 45%. Marquette Law School, This poll resulted in Biden holding a narrow lead of 45% of voters versus 44% of voters supporting Trump. Marquette Law School, This poll resulted in Biden holding a narrow lead of 45% of voters versus 44% of voters supporting Trump. Marist College, This NPR study of 1,305 people ended up with Biden gaining 50% of registered voter support, compared to Trump's 48%. . Marist College, This NPR study of 1,305 people ended up with Biden gaining 50% of registered voter support, compared to Trump's 48%. . Experts caution that it remains too early to call the election in favor of either candidate, as other polls have former president Trump polling higher than Biden. . Experts caution that it remains too early to call the election in favor of either candidate, as other polls have former president Trump polling higher than Biden. . 'Newsweek' reports that Heath Brown, an associate professor of public policy at City University of New York, points out that the presidential race remains "very close.". 'Newsweek' reports that Heath Brown, an associate professor of public policy at City University of New York, points out that the presidential race remains "very close.". The polling over the last several months indicate this is a very close race. I wouldn't read too much into any one or two polls at this point. The trend seems to be that the campaign will be a very tight one and I suspect the polls will reflect that until November, Heath Brown, an associate professor of public policy at City University of New York, via 'Newsweek'. The polling over the last several months indicate this is a very close race. I wouldn't read too much into any one or two polls at this point. The trend seems to be that the campaign will be a very tight one and I suspect the polls will reflect that until November, Heath Brown, an associate professor of public policy at City University of New York, via 'Newsweek'

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World Leaders Ask Israel , Not to Retaliate for Iranian Attack. On April 13, Iran launched hundreds of drones and missiles at Israel. The attack came after two Iranian generals were killed in "a suspected Israeli strike in Syria" on April 1, AP reports. . 99% of Iran's drones and missiles were intercepted by Israel, according to a military spokesperson. . World leaders are cautioning Israel to show restraint and resist retaliating against Iran, AP reports. . Now is the time to be smart as well as tough, to think with head as well as heart, David Cameron, British foreign secretary, via statement. We cannot afford another front in the Middle East. There would only be losers, in the region and beyond, Alexander Schallenberg, Austria’s foreign minister, via statement. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz called Israel's ability to intercept Iran's attack "really impressive" and urged the country to "contribute to de-escalation.". This is a success that perhaps also should not be thrown away. Hence also our advice to contribute to de-escalation themselves, Olaf Scholz, German chancellor, via statement. Kenya urges Israel to show utmost restraint taking into account the urgent need for all parties to walk away from the brink beyond which recovery will be enormously difficult. , William Ruto, president of Kenya, via statement. We have condemned, we have intervened, we will do everything to avoid an escalation, an inferno, Emmanuel Macron, president of France, via statement. Now is the time to defuse and de-escalate. Now is the time for maximum restraint, António Guterres, U.N. secretary-general, via statement. While on a phone call with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, President Joe Biden also condemned a retaliatory strike, saying, "You got a win. Take the win," a senior official said. . While on a phone call with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, President Joe Biden also condemned a retaliatory strike, saying, "You got a win. Take the win," a senior official said.

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Amid escalating tensions, former President Donald Trump endorsed Anti-Biden slogans targeting President Joe Biden at a Pennsylvania rally, criticising Biden's support for Israel amidst the conflict with Gaza. Trump urged Israel to swiftly conclude military operations for peace. Meanwhile, Biden faces pressure to de-escalate the situation, with reports indicating US reluctance to support Israeli retaliatory actions against Iran. #IranAttacksIsrael #Iran #Israel #IndiaIsrael #Trump #DonaldTrump #Netanyahu #NetanyahuModi #Worldnews #Oneindia #Oneindianews ~HT.99~PR.152~ED.194~

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This Day in History: , President Reagan Is Shot. March 30, 1981. Outside of a Washington D.C. hotel, 25-year-old John Hinckley Jr. fired six shots at the president, hitting him once in the chest. Press Secretary James Brady, Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and D.C. policeman Thomas Delahaney were also hit. As Hinckley was overpowered, Reagan was rushed to the trauma center at George Washington University Hospital. As he was prepared for surgery, Reagan quipped to First Lady Nancy, "Honey, I forgot to duck.". The president returned to the White House less than two weeks later. Found "not guilty by reason of insanity," Hinkley was institutionalized until 2016 and now lives in Colonial Williamsburg, PA

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Aaron Bushnell: US airman set himself ablaze outside Israeli embassy | Know all about him | Oneindia [Video]

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A tragic incident unfolded outside the Israeli embassy in Washington DC on Sunday. A US military service member, identified as Aaron Bushnell, set himself on fire in an apparent protest against the ongoing Israel-Hamas war. Donned in military attire, Bushnell recorded himself shouting 'Free Palestine' before immolating himself, decrying what he called a "genocide" in Gaza. Despite swift intervention by the Secret Service, Bushnell later succumbed to his injuries. #AaronBushnell #USAirForce #WashingtonDC #IsraeliEmbassy #FreePalestine ~HT.178~PR.151~ED.103~GR.124~

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Fears of Potential Iranian Attack , Drive US Stocks Down , Nearly 500 Points. CNN reports that United States stocks dropped on April 12 amid rising tensions in the Middle East pushing traders to seek safe havens like gold and bonds. CNN reports that United States stocks dropped on April 12 amid rising tensions in the Middle East pushing traders to seek safe havens like gold and bonds. By mid-afternoon, the Dow had fallen 1.4%, the S&P 500 went down 1.6%, and the Nasdaq dropped 1.8%. The dip came after the White House announced that both the U.S. and Israel are on alert for a potential attack by Iran or its allies. The dip came after the White House announced that both the U.S. and Israel are on alert for a potential attack by Iran or its allies. The warning comes after Iran accused Israel of a deadly airstrike on a consulate in Damascus, Syria. . The news also sent oil prices up amid fears of regional tensions escalating as a result of the ongoing war in Gaza. . The news also sent oil prices up amid fears of regional tensions escalating as a result of the ongoing war in Gaza. . Brent crude futures jumped up to $90.42 a barrel, and West Texas Intermediate crude futures increased to $86.65 a barrel. Those geopolitical concerns and subsequent rising oil prices sent investors to safe havens like gold futures, which rose to $2,379 a troy ounce. Those geopolitical concerns and subsequent rising oil prices sent investors to safe havens like gold futures, which rose to $2,379 a troy ounce. CNN reports that Americans' opinions of the economy have dipped in the past few months amid persistently high inflation. The geopolitical fears come as investors are already contending with concerns that the Federal Reserve could wait to bring interest rates down from a 23-year high. Officials at the Fed have signaled that further rate hikes could still be on the way if the central bank's efforts to fight inflation stall.

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Biden Cancels Over $7 Billion in Student Debt for More Than 277,000 Borrowers [Video]

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Biden Cancels Over $7 Billion in Student Debt , for More Than 277,000 Borrowers. On April 12, President Joe Biden said that over 277,000 borrowers in more than 40 states will have $7.4 billion in student loan debt wiped out, 'The Hill' reports. . To date, the Biden administration has canceled $153 billion in student loan debt. . From day one of my administration, I promised to fight to ensure higher education is a ticket to the middle class, not a barrier to opportunity. , President Joe Biden, via statement. I will never stop working to cancel student debt – no matter how many times Republican elected officials try to stop us, President Joe Biden, via statement. 'The Hill' reports that Biden's loan forgiveness has largely been aimed at helping "public service workers, those on IDR plans," . people who've been defrauded by educational institutions and those with disabilities. . Republican Rep. Virginia Foxx, chair of the House Education Committee, issued a statement in response to Biden's actions. . The administration is tone deaf. There’s no other way to put it, Rep. Virginia Foxx, chair of the House Education Committee, via statement. We know that instead of doing its job the administration focused time, energy, and resources on its illegal student loan scheme. , Rep. Virginia Foxx, chair of the House Education Committee, via statement. And that has been frustrating, especially since it has jeopardized the academic journey of millions of students, Rep. Virginia Foxx, chair of the House Education Committee, via statement. But what is absolutely maddening is that the administration is STILL not doing its job and instead focusing on its student loan shenanigans. , Rep. Virginia Foxx, chair of the House Education Committee, via statement. White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said, , “We know what Republicans are going to do; we can’t stop them from that. But it’s also not going to stop the president from acting and taking action, like he is today.”

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