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Freedom and democracy ‘always worth dying for’, says Biden at D-Day commemorations

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Freedom and democracy ‘always worth dying for’, says Biden at D-Day commemorations

Freedom and democracy ‘always worth dying for’, says Biden at D-Day commemorations

Freedom and democracy ‘always worth dying for’, says Biden at D-Day commemorations

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President Biden announced his withdrawal from the 2024 race, endorsing Vice President Harris as the Democratic nominee. This decision was reportedly influenced by concerns about Harris' ability to defeat Trump. Harris' tenure as VP has been marked by high staff turnover and perceived reluctance to take on risky tasks. While some prominent Democrats have backed Harris, others have withheld endorsement. The coming weeks are crucial for Harris to unite the party and establish herself as a strong candidate against Trump. #Biden #KamalaHarris #VPHarris #PresidentHarris #Biden2024 #Trump2024 #BidenHarris #USElections2024 #Oneindia #Oneindianews ~HT.178~PR.320~ED.102~GR.125~

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Biden Withdraws From Presidential Campaign: Robert De Niro, Clintons and Obamas React | THR News Video [Video]

Biden Withdraws From Presidential Campaign: Robert De Niro, Clintons and Obamas React | THR News Video

Hollywood and public figures are speaking out after President Joe Biden's surprise announcement on Sunday that he's dropping out of the 2024 Presidential Election. The president sent shockwaves across the nation on Sunday afternoon when he announced that he will halt his re-election campaign and would not seek the Democratic nomination, instead endorsing Kamala Harris for president.

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‘They Are Chep Fakes’: White House Slams ‘Bad Faith’ Viral Clips Of President Joe Biden | Watch [Video]

‘They Are Chep Fakes’: White House Slams ‘Bad Faith’ Viral Clips Of President Joe Biden | Watch

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre has denounced recent viral videos depicting US President Joe Biden as confused at public events, labelling them as “cheap fakes.” Her comments follow the spread of several clips on social media, which have ignited debates about the president's mental fitness. In one widely shared video, President Biden appears to struggle with sitting down during a D-Day memorial event in France. Commenters suggested he seemed “completely lost” or experiencing “some kind of episode.” Another clip from a G7 meeting in Italy shows Biden wandering away from the group during a skydiving demonstration, only to be guided back by Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni. #JoeBiden #WhiteHouse #ViralVideos #CheapFakes #Deepfakes #KarineJeanPierre #FakeNews #ManipulatedMedia #PoliticalAttacks #MentalHealth #G7Summit #DdayMemorial #Juneteenth #MediaManipulation #USPolitics ~HT.178~GR.125~PR.152~ED.102~

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Cameron defends Sunak over 'wrong' decision over D-Day [Video]

Cameron defends Sunak over 'wrong' decision over D-Day

Lord Cameron refuses to answer whether he gave advice to Rishi Sunak not to leave the D-Day commemoration events early to attend an ITV interview. The foreign secretary says "prime ministers have to make decisions all the time" and "he got this one wrong and he fessed up straight away" contrasting Mr Sunak with Labour Leader Sir Keir Starmer. Report by Blairm. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Sunak Under fresh fire over D-Day after apology [Video]

Sunak Under fresh fire over D-Day after apology

Rishi Sunak is under fresh pressure over his early D-Day exit after he was filmed saying the events he did attend ran over time. The Prime Minister issued a public apology after skipping the main international event in Normandy in order to record a TV interview. Footage of him arriving at the ITV interview showed him apologising for keeping journalist Paul Brand waiting, saying that the commemorations he did attend “just ran over”. Report by Covellm. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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PM dismisses rumours of resignation after D-Day fiasco [Video]

PM dismisses rumours of resignation after D-Day fiasco

Rishi Sunak has been forced to reject claims that he may resign following his D-Day controversy as he insists he is "energised about the vision that we're putting forward for the country." It comes as the prime minister came under fire for leaving D-Day commemorations early on Thursday. Report by Kennedyl. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Chris Philp defends Rishi Sunak amid D-Day controversy [Video]

Chris Philp defends Rishi Sunak amid D-Day controversy

Policing minister Chris Philp has defended Rishi Sunak after he came under fire for leaving Thursday's D-Day events early. "He should have attended the event and he acknowledged that himself, he acknowledged it immediately and apologised fulsomely the following morning," Mr Philp said. Report by Kennedyl. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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