Joe Biden, 79, has said he will seek second term in Oval Office New York mayor Eric Adams may be eyeing a 2024 White House run if Joe Biden decides against seeking re-election for a second term, a report claims. The 79-year-old president is the oldest man ever to claim the Oval Office and has insisted he will run again in two years time.
The two most powerful politicians in Washington, D.C., are President Joe Biden and Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.). Our checks and balances system built into the Constitution limits the power of each of the three branches of government, especially the presidency. Indeed, James Madison and his colleagues were preeminently concerned to vest power in the legislature and prevent the kind of autocratic power associated with the British Crown and European monarchies in general.
Biden says meeting with Kim Jong Un is dependent on whether the North Korean leader is 'sincere' and 'serious'
President Biden said a meeting with Kim Jong Un would depend on the North Korean leader's seriousness. His remarks came after bilateral talks in South Korea during his first presidential trip to Asia. The administration is prepared for a potential ballistic missile or nuclear test from North Korea.
Moscow [Russia], May 21 (ANI/Sputnik): Moscow has banned 963 US individuals, including US President Joe Biden, his relatives, and other officials and managers, from entering Russia, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Saturday. "Russia is publishing the list of American citizens, who are permanently barred from entering the Russian Federation, as countermeasures to the constant imposition of sanctions against Russia by the US and in response to inquiries about individuals included in our national stop list," the ministry said in a statement.
WASHINGTON - While President Joe Biden travels in Asia, his administration is scrambling to salvage next month's summit focused on Latin America. The Summit of the Americas, which the United States is hosting for the first time since the inaugural event in 1994, has risked collapsing over concerns about the guest list.
Russia has banned almost 1,000 Americans from entering the country in response to the country’s support of Ukraine. The Russian foreign ministry said the move to ban 963 additional US citizens, was a necessary response to “hostile actions taken by Washington” following the invasion of Ukraine.
Hard copy of bill flown by official on commercial flight to Asia Joe Biden in South Korea, first stop of Asia tour Joe Biden has signed the $40bn Ukraine aid package after the bill was physically flown to South Korea, the White House confirmed. The Senate passed the bill following the president’s departure from Washington to Seoul, but he signed it on Saturday before his state dinner with South Korea’s president Yoon Suk Yeol.
Prime Minister-elect Anthony Albanese will head to Quad summit on Monday Meets with US President Joe Biden along with leaders of Japan and India When he gets back he has a five point-plan to get cracking on his agenda Anthony Albanese celebrated victory in a rousing election night speech, but he won't have much time to himself to savour his big win.
Joe Biden and South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol announced they will consider expanding joint military exercises to deter the nuclear threat from North Korea. Mr Biden said cooperation between the US and South Korea shows “our readiness to take on all threats together”. “Today, President Yoon and I committed to strengthening our close engagement and work together to take on challenges of regional security,” Mr Biden said.
President Joe Biden's approval rating has reached a new low, according to analysis by poll tracker FiveThirtyEight, as the administration appears to be dealing with a mountain of problems. FiveThirtyEight found that stood at just 40.7 percent as of May 20, while 53.9 percent of Americans disapproved of how Biden is handling his job.
This week’s White House Report Card finds President Joe Biden heading in one direction -- down. His polling is at a low, he’s MIA in the effort to fix the economy and inflation, his immigration policies are being flicked off by courts and his PR team is so bad that he’s recruiting an old hand at the Pentagon to help out, retired Rear Adm. John Kirby.
The United States and South Korea are considering expanding military exercises in and around the Korean Peninsula in response to North Korea's progressing missile and nuclear program, the two countries announced Saturday. President Joe Biden also said he could meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un under certain conditions.
SEOUL, South Korea — President Joe Biden on Saturday signed legislation to support Ukraine with another $40 billion in U.S. assistance as the Russian invasion approaches its fourth month. The legislation, which was passed by Congress with bipartisan support, deepens the U.S. commitment to Ukraine at a time of uncertainty about the war's future.
President Joe Biden says North Korea has not responded to a US offer of Covid vaccines, as the country battles its first acknowledged outbreak. Nearly 2.5 million people have been sickened by "fever" in North Korea and it is under a nationwide lockdown, according to the country's state media.
Biden SIGNS $40 billion Ukraine package after aide flies commercial from Washington to South Korea to deliver bill to president
The $40 billion measure brings the total U.S. funding of the conflict to $54 million in two months ; all those voting against were Republicans Ukraine raised alarms that the nation would run out of aid by Thursday if Congress did not act The bill passed while Biden was already en route to Seoul, South Korea
US president willing to meet Kim Jong-un, while Seoul says deployment of US ‘strategic assets’ was discussed Joe Biden and his South Korean counterpart, Yoon Suk-yeol, have said they are considering expanding joint military exercises in response to the “threat” posed by North Korea, a move that is expected to enrage the regime as speculation builds that it could conduct a nuclear test.
The prospect of bigger drills between the allies risks an angry response from Kim Jong Un, while a snub to coronavirus assistance reduces hopes that such cooperation could help ease nuclear tensions or even lead to talks. America and South Korea have agreed to expand military exercises to counter the threat from the North, while at the same time offering Pyongyang help to tackle its COVID-19 outbreak.