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Joe Biden's Approval Rating , Continues To Plummet. 'The Hill' reports that for the fourth consecutive week, President Joe Biden's approval rating trended downwards. A recent poll by Reuters-Ipsos found only 36% of respondents approve of the work Biden is doing as president. Since August, Biden's approval rating hasn't climbed above 50%. Indicative of the stark divide between the country's political parties, . 73% of Democrats surveyed said they approve of Biden's work. 7% of Republicans currently approve of the Biden administration. Only 18% of those surveyed think the country is heading in the right direction with Biden at the helm. Biden has faced challenges in his first term, such as an inflated economy and the ongoing war in Ukraine. Biden has faced challenges in his first term, such as an inflated economy and the ongoing war in Ukraine. Though many economists forecast an economy dipping into recession, Biden has said he doesn't believe recession is inevitable. First of all, it’s not inevitable. , President Joe Biden, in an interview with The Associated Press, via 'The Hill'. Secondly, we’re in a stronger position than any nation in the world to overcome this inflation. , President Joe Biden, in an interview with The Associated Press, via 'The Hill'

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Elon Musk’s Kid Wants To Change Their Name To Cut Ties With Father [Video]

Elon Musk’s Kid Wants To Change Their Name To Cut Ties With Father

Elon Musk’s Kid , Wants To Change Their Name , To Cut Ties With Father. Reuters reports that Musk's transgender daughter has filed a request to change both her name and birth certificate. . Formerly Xavier Alexander Musk, the request has been issued to reflect her gender identity and to disassociate herself from her father. I no longer live with or wish to be related to my biological father in any way, shape or form, Elon Musk's daughter, via court documents, as reported by Reuters. Reuters reports that the court documents can be viewed via PlainSite.org. but her new name has been redacted. Her mother, Justine Wilson, divorced Musk in 2008. Details of the exact issues that have caused a rift between Musk and his daughter are unclear. Reuters reports that Musk touched on the topic of transgender people in 2020. I absolutely support trans, but all these pronouns are an esthetic nightmare, Elon Musk, via Twitter. Last month, Musk also revealed his support for the Republican Party which has adamantly fought to limit transgender rights throughout the country.

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Elon Musk Expresses His Likely Support for Republican Ron DeSantis in 2024 Election [Video]

Elon Musk Expresses His Likely Support for Republican Ron DeSantis in 2024 Election

Elon Musk Expresses , His Likely Support for Republican, Ron DeSantis in 2024 Election. Business Insider reports that Elon Musk took to Twitter to say that he'll probably support Florida Governor Ron DeSantis in the 2024 presidential election. Business Insider reports that Elon Musk took to Twitter to say that he'll probably support Florida Governor Ron DeSantis in the 2024 presidential election. Early on June 15, Musk tweeted that it was still "tbd" (to be decided) whether or not he would support a Republican for president. . When asked who he was "leaning towards," Musk simply said, , "DeSantis.". When asked who he was "leaning towards," Musk simply said, , "DeSantis.". He added that while he supported Democrat Andrew Yang in the 2020 election, he believes that DeSantis "has a better chance of winning" the upcoming race. . He added that while he supported Democrat Andrew Yang in the 2020 election, he believes that DeSantis "has a better chance of winning" the upcoming race. . Last month, Musk described himself as a, "moderate, neither Republican nor Democrat.". He also pointed out that he had always voted for Democrats in the past but was considering voting Republican in the upcoming election. He also pointed out that he had always voted for Democrats in the past but was considering voting Republican in the upcoming election. Musk has since tweeted that he supported Republican Mayra Flores in a June 14 special election for the 34th congressional district of Texas. Musk has since tweeted that he supported Republican Mayra Flores in a June 14 special election for the 34th congressional district of Texas. Flores won the election against Democrat Daniel Sanchez. . DeSantis, a rising star within the Republican Party, is reportedly seen as competition for former President Donald Trump's bid to regain the presidency in 2024. DeSantis, a rising star within the Republican Party, is reportedly seen as competition for former President Donald Trump's bid to regain the presidency in 2024. According to Business Insider, DeSantis has not yet officially announced that he would run for president

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Biden Speaks on Inflation As Economists Signal Rising Interest Rates [Video]

Biden Speaks on Inflation As Economists Signal Rising Interest Rates

Biden Speaks on Inflation , As Economists Signal Rising Interest Rates. CNN reports President Joe Biden spoke at the AFL-CIO convention in Philadelphia on June 14 ... ... and attempted to give a positive spin on his spotty economic track record. Biden spoke of the inflation "sapping the strength of a lot of families," and lamented the Senate that has blocked much of his domestic agenda. The problem is Republicans in Congress are doing everything they can to stop my plans to bring down costs on ordinary families. , President Joe Biden, at AFL-CIO convention, via CNN. That’s why my plan is not finished and why the results aren’t finished either. , President Joe Biden, at AFL-CIO convention, via CNN. Jobs are back but prices are still too high. Covid is down but gas prices are up. Our work isn’t done. But here’s the deal: America still has a choice to make. , President Joe Biden, at AFL-CIO convention, via CNN. A choice between a government by the few – for the few – or a government for all of us. , President Joe Biden, at AFL-CIO convention, via CNN. In recent months, Biden has leaned into his criticism of Republicans' "ultra-MAGA agenda.". Look, I believe in bipartisanship, but I have no illusions about this Republican Party, the MAGA party. , President Joe Biden, at AFL-CIO convention, via CNN. I’ve been able to bring some Republicans along on parts of my plan, but the fact is Republicans in Congress are still in the grip of the ultra MAGA agenda. , President Joe Biden, at AFL-CIO convention, via CNN

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Biden Calls on Congress To Pass Gun Control Legislation [Video]

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Biden Calls on Congress , To Pass Gun Control Legislation. President Joe Biden made the televised remarks on June 2. His comments came after several mass shootings recently occurred in the country, killing dozens of school children and adults. How much carnage are we willing to accept? , President Joe Biden, via CBS News. How many more innocent American lives must be taken before we say enough? Enough, President Joe Biden, via CBS News. To implore Congress to act on gun violence, the president evoked mass shootings from the past. After Columbine, after Sandy Hook, after Charleston, after Orlando, after Las Vegas, after Parkland, nothing has been done, President Joe Biden, via CBS News. This time that can't be true. This time, we must actually do something, President Joe Biden, via CBS News. Biden stated that gun legislation "isn't about taking away anyone's rights.". It's about protecting children, President Joe Biden, via CBS News. It's about protecting families. It's about protecting whole communities. , President Joe Biden, via CBS News. It's about protecting our freedom to go to school, to a grocery store, to a church without being shot and killed, President Joe Biden, via CBS News. The president said, "it's time for the Senate to do something.". The fact that a majority of the Senate Republicans don't want any of these proposals even to be debated or come up for a vote I find unconscionable. , President Joe Biden, via CBS News. We can't fail the American people again, President Joe Biden, via CBS News

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'Stranger Things' Adds Disclaimer to 4th Season in Wake of Uvalde Mass Shooting [Video]

'Stranger Things' Adds Disclaimer to 4th Season in Wake of Uvalde Mass Shooting

'Stranger Things', Adds Disclaimer to 4th Season, in Wake of Uvalde Mass Shooting. 'Stranger Things', Adds Disclaimer to 4th Season, in Wake of Uvalde Mass Shooting. The first episode of season four of the runaway Netflix hit series premieres on May 27. The disclaimer follows a slew of mass shootings in the U.S., . The disclaimer follows a slew of mass shootings in the U.S., . the most recent of which occurred at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, TX. The shooting resulted in the death of 19 elementary school children and two adults. We filmed this season of 'Stranger Things' a year ago, 'Stranger Things' Disclaimer, via Yahoo. But given the recent tragic shooting at a school in Texas, viewers may find the opening scene of episode 1 distressing. , 'Stranger Things' Disclaimer, via Yahoo. We are deeply saddened by this unspeakable violence, , 'Stranger Things' Disclaimer, via Yahoo. ... and our hearts go out to every family mourning a loved one, 'Stranger Things' Disclaimer, via Yahoo. The final episode of season four of 'Stranger Things' is slated to be released on Netflix June 1. That episode also contains a disclaimer that states:. "Warning: Contains graphic violence involving children.". The recent mass shootings have prompted Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell to initiate bipartisan negotiations on gun legislation

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Ukraine Aid Funding Receives Overwhelming Bipartisan Support in US Senate [Video]

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Ukraine Aid Funding Receives, Overwhelming Bipartisan Support, in US Senate. Ukraine Aid Funding Receives, Overwhelming Bipartisan Support, in US Senate. The Senate approved $40 billion in additional aid for Ukraine on May 19. The vote was 86 to 11, a commanding show of bipartisanship in a deeply divided Senate. President Joe Biden is expected to sign the bill into law immediately. The total amount of U.S. aid supplied to the nation equates to $54 billion. Ukraine has been battling an invasion of Russian forces since Feb. 24. . Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer stated that passage of the aid means that more "help is on the way.". We Americans — all of us, Democrat and Republican — cannot afford to stick our heads in the sand while Vladimir Putin continues his vicious belligerence against the Ukrainian people, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, (D-NY), via 'The New York Times'. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell stated that passage of the aid is good for American interests. Aid for Ukraine goes far beyond charity; the future of America’s security and core strategic interests will be shaped by the outcome of this fight, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, (R-KY), via 'The New York Times'. McConnell accompanied a delegation of Republican senators to Ukraine over the weekend. The bill passed by the Senate provides significantly more aid than what was asked for by President Biden. Its focus is almost equally divided on both weapons and humanitarian aid. The humanitarian aid includes funding to assist the Ukrainian government. as well as support for refugees in the form of training, housing and trauma services

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Federal Student Loan Repayment Pause Extended Through August [Video]

Federal Student Loan Repayment Pause Extended Through August

Federal Student Loan Repayment , Pause Extended Through August. Federal Student Loan Repayment , Pause Extended Through August. CNN reports the pause on federal student loan repayments has been extended yet again by the Biden administration. Borrowers will now have until August 31 to forego student loan repayments. The pause on loan repayments has been in effect since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Most recently, the freeze was scheduled to expire on May 1. President Biden believes the U.S. economy is on the rebound but acknowledged that... ... “we are still recovering from the pandemic and the unprecedented economic disruption it caused.”. That additional time will assist borrowers in achieving greater financial security and support the Department of Education’s efforts to continue improving student loan programs. , President Joe Biden, via statement. A handful of Democratic lawmakers, such as Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Senator Elizabeth Warren. have called on the president to cancel $50,000 of student loan debt for each borrower. While campaigning for office, Biden vocally supported student debt cancellation, but since becoming president, he has avoided any executive action

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