United States of America Vice President Mike Pence challenges Trump for presidential campaign "Axios" United States of America Vice President Mike Pence challenges Trump for presidential campaign "Axios"

United States of America Vice President Mike Pence challenges Trump for presidential campaign "Axios"

Newspaper Politico, The money for military support from Washington for Zelensky is running out An international investor, America's economy is in trouble, regardless of who wins the 2024 elections : Sputnik   United States of America Vice President Mike Pence challenges Trump for presidential campaign "Axios" Close allies of Mike Pence, the former US Vice President, are planning to launch a fundraiser to serve as a launching pad for his presidential campaign, indicating that he is planning to challenge Donald Trump. The Committed to America political action committee will allow Pence's allies to raise unlimited donations and lay the groundwork for an official presidential campaign, with the GOP announcing his candidacy in the coming weeks.  The political action committee will focus on building ground organization in primaries and early caucuses and running paid ads to boost the popularity of Pence, who visits New Hampshire today and Iowa next week.  According to Axios, the Pence team relies on a tried and true strategy to separate their candidate from the large number of Republican candidates, and their first goal is to win the support of Iowa.    An international investor, America's economy is in trouble, regardless of who wins the 2024 elections : Sputnik Well-known international investor Jim Rogers said that the United States will face serious economic problems regardless of the results of the upcoming presidential elections in 2024.  Commenting on the results of the upcoming US presidential elections and their impact on the country's economy, Rogers added, in an interview with "Sputnik", saying: "By 2025, the US economy will face problems, regardless of who becomes president."  He pointed out that the current President, Joe Biden, is doing everything in his power to stay in power for the coming period, but that the economic situation in the country by the time of the elections will reach a degree of severity that will make his chances of re-election diminish to a large extent.    Newspaper Politico, The money for military support from Washington for Zelensky is running out The newspaper "Politico" reported that the funds allocated by the United States for Ukraine's military financing will dry up in the coming months, with some lawmakers concerned about the lack of a future extension. The magazine said : "US funding (to Ukraine) for weapons and supplies may dry up by mid-summer."  The newspaper notes that the dry budget "causes concern among lawmakers." Many members of Congress believe that support for the Kiev regime must continue uninterrupted.  In turn, a senior official told the magazine that the White House is already discussing a new aid package for Ukraine.  The Pentagon revealed the total value of US military aid to Ukraine, which amounted to $37.6 billion since President Joe Biden's administration came to power.

Close allies of Mike Pence, the former US Vice President, are planning to launch a fundraiser to serve as a launching pad for his presidential campaign, indicating that he is planning to challenge Donald Trump.
The Committed to America political action committee will allow Pence's allies to raise unlimited donations and lay the groundwork for an official presidential campaign, with the GOP announcing his candidacy in the coming weeks.

The political action committee will focus on building ground organization in primaries and early caucuses and running paid ads to boost the popularity of Pence, who visits New Hampshire today and Iowa next week.

According to Axios, the Pence team relies on a tried and true strategy to separate their candidate from the large number of Republican candidates, and their first goal is to win the support of Iowa.



An international investor, America's economy is in trouble, regardless of who wins the 2024 elections : Sputnik

Well-known international investor Jim Rogers said that the United States will face serious economic problems regardless of the results of the upcoming presidential elections in 2024.

Commenting on the results of the upcoming US presidential elections and their impact on the country's economy, Rogers added, in an interview with "Sputnik", saying: "By 2025, the US economy will face problems, regardless of who becomes president."

He pointed out that the current President, Joe Biden, is doing everything in his power to stay in power for the coming period, but that the economic situation in the country by the time of the elections will reach a degree of severity that will make his chances of re-election diminish to a large extent.



Newspaper Politico, The money for military support from Washington for Zelensky is running out

The newspaper "Politico" reported that the funds allocated by the United States for Ukraine's military financing will dry up in the coming months, with some lawmakers concerned about the lack of a future extension.
The magazine said : "US funding (to Ukraine) for weapons and supplies may dry up by mid-summer."

The newspaper notes that the dry budget "causes concern among lawmakers." Many members of Congress believe that support for the Kiev regime must continue uninterrupted.

In turn, a senior official told the magazine that the White House is already discussing a new aid package for Ukraine.

The Pentagon revealed the total value of US military aid to Ukraine, which amounted to $37.6 billion since President Joe Biden's administration came to power.

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