After announcing his candidacy, Biden: Trump poses a threat to American democracy After announcing his candidacy, Biden: Trump poses a threat to American democracy

After announcing his candidacy, Biden: Trump poses a threat to American democracy

After announcing his candidacy, Biden: Trump poses a threat to American democracy  US President Joe Biden warned that his predecessor, Donald Trump, posed a "danger" to American democracy, the day after the 80-year-old announced his candidacy for a second term in the 2024 elections.  Trump was elected president of the United States in 2016, and sought a second term in 2020, but lost to Biden in an election he considered fraud and fraud. The former Republican president announced that he will run in the upcoming presidential elections, although he faces a series of judicial files.  "I know him very well, and I know the danger he poses to our democracy," Biden said in response to a question about Trump, 76.  "We have already experienced this," he said during a joint press conference with his South Korean counterpart Yoon Sok Yol, who is on an official visit to Washington.  Biden, who is the oldest president to be elected in the United States, stressed that his age is not a matter of concern for him because he is "in good shape and excited about the prospects" of winning a second term in four years.  He continued, "What will happen in the next two, three or four years will determine the shape of the next decade."  On Tuesday, Biden put an end to weeks of anticipation, by announcing his candidacy for a new term.  "I am a candidate for a second term," he said in a video posted on Twitter, in an advertisement met by the Republican Party by accusing the incumbent president of "detachment from reality."

US President Joe Biden warned that his predecessor, Donald Trump, posed a "danger" to American democracy, the day after the 80-year-old announced his candidacy for a second term in the 2024 elections.

Trump was elected president of the United States in 2016, and sought a second term in 2020, but lost to Biden in an election he considered fraud and fraud. The former Republican president announced that he will run in the upcoming presidential elections, although he faces a series of judicial files.

"I know him very well, and I know the danger he poses to our democracy," Biden said in response to a question about Trump, 76.

"We have already experienced this," he said during a joint press conference with his South Korean counterpart Yoon Sok Yol, who is on an official visit to Washington.

Biden, who is the oldest president to be elected in the United States, stressed that his age is not a matter of concern for him because he is "in good shape and excited about the prospects" of winning a second term in four years.

He continued, "What will happen in the next two, three or four years will determine the shape of the next decade."

On Tuesday, Biden put an end to weeks of anticipation, by announcing his candidacy for a new term.

"I am a candidate for a second term," he said in a video posted on Twitter, in an advertisement met by the Republican Party by accusing the incumbent president of "detachment from reality."


US state Republicans prevent a transgender lawmaker from entering the House of Representatives

Republicans in the US state of Montana barred transgender legislator Zoe Zephyr from entering the House floor for 2023, after they voted to ban gender-affirming Medicare for children.

And US media indicated that lawmaker Zoe Zephyr was prevented from entering the House of Representatives after she protested against the decision of the Republican party leaders, as Republican lawmakers voted to take disciplinary action for the rest of the 2023 session.

She added that she had been silenced and punished in the House of Representatives since last week after telling MPs that if they voted for a bill to ban gender-affirming Medicare for transgender children, they would "do it with blood on their hands".

The week-long showdown between House Republican leaders and Zephyr concluded that she would still be able to vote remotely under the terms of the penalty, however, and would not be able to discuss pending proposals and amendments with the other 99 members of the Montana House for the remainder of the two-hour legislative session. 90 days.


Biden accidentally exposes a "cheat sheet" that includes identifying the photo and name of a journalist in the "Los Angeles Times"

US President Joe Biden showed a "cheat sheet" to the public by chance, during a press conference with his South Korean counterpart Yoon Sok Yul, in Washington, which included the names of the journalists who will ask their questions.

And the newspaper "New York Post" drew attention to this, as it captured the moment when Biden inadvertently flipped a paper containing a picture of a recipe and a question that would be directed to him by a journalist.

The first question states: "How do you relate your domestic policy priorities, for example, reorienting the semiconductor industry, to an alliance-based foreign policy?"


It is noteworthy that directly above this there is a picture of the journalist in the “Los Angeles Times” of Indian origin, Courtney Subramanian, and it also appears that her family name is in bold, in order to avoid embarrassing pronunciation for him, as it was shown to President Biden in verbal syllables.

It is known that this is not the first time that a US president, while in office, presents to the public a "cheat sheet" in the speech in order to determine his actions and actions during open press events.



US state Republicans prevent a transgender lawmaker from entering the House of Representatives  Republicans in the US state of Montana barred transgender legislator Zoe Zephyr from entering the House floor for 2023, after they voted to ban gender-affirming Medicare for children.  And US media indicated that lawmaker Zoe Zephyr was prevented from entering the House of Representatives after she protested against the decision of the Republican party leaders, as Republican lawmakers voted to take disciplinary action for the rest of the 2023 session.  She added that she had been silenced and punished in the House of Representatives since last week after telling MPs that if they voted for a bill to ban gender-affirming Medicare for transgender children, they would "do it with blood on their hands".  The week-long showdown between House Republican leaders and Zephyr concluded that she would still be able to vote remotely under the terms of the penalty, however, and would not be able to discuss pending proposals and amendments with the other 99 members of the Montana House for the remainder of the two-hour legislative session. 90 days.       Biden accidentally exposes a "cheat sheet" that includes identifying the photo and name of a journalist in the "Los Angeles Times"  US President Joe Biden showed a "cheat sheet" to the public by chance, during a press conference with his South Korean counterpart Yoon Sok Yul, in Washington, which included the names of the journalists who will ask their questions.  And the newspaper "New York Post" drew attention to this, as it captured the moment when Biden inadvertently flipped a paper containing a picture of a recipe and a question that would be directed to him by a journalist.  The first question states: "How do you relate your domestic policy priorities, for example, reorienting the semiconductor industry, to an alliance-based foreign policy?"   It is noteworthy that directly above this there is a picture of the journalist in the “Los Angeles Times” of Indian origin, Courtney Subramanian, and it also appears that her family name is in bold, in order to avoid embarrassing pronunciation for him, as it was shown to President Biden in verbal syllables.  It is known that this is not the first time that a US president, while in office, presents to the public a "cheat sheet" in the speech in order to determine his actions and actions during open press events.       The US State Department approves the sale of helicopters to Norway for one billion dollars  The Defense Security Cooperation Agency announced that the US State Department has approved a sale of MH-60R helicopters and other systems to Norway worth nearly $1 billion.  The agency indicated that the Kingdom's representatives previously asked the United States to purchase 6 of these helicopters, in addition to various equipment and spare parts for them.  The US State Department also approved the potential sale of equipment and support for C-130J military transport aircraft for $166 million.  And the US Department of Defense expressed its conviction that "the potential sale meets the foreign policy and national security goals of the United States, because it increases the security of a NATO ally."  The US administration notified the US Congress of this decision. He has 30 days to consider the potential deal and possibly block it.

The US State Department approves the sale of helicopters to Norway for one billion dollars


The Defense Security Cooperation Agency announced that the US State Department has approved a sale of MH-60R helicopters and other systems to Norway worth nearly $1 billion.

The agency indicated that the Kingdom's representatives previously asked the United States to purchase 6 of these helicopters, in addition to various equipment and spare parts for them.

The US State Department also approved the potential sale of equipment and support for C-130J military transport aircraft for $166 million.

And the US Department of Defense expressed its conviction that "the potential sale meets the foreign policy and national security goals of the United States, because it increases the security of a NATO ally."

The US administration notified the US Congress of this decision. He has 30 days to consider the potential deal and possibly block it.
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