President Biden defended this morning his decision to go to Arizona, a border state, but not to visit the border.
“There are more important things going on,” said Biden. He then spoke about the today’s visit to TSMC, a Taiwanese company investing in the manufacture of cutting-edge chips in Arizona.”They’re going to invest billions of dollars in the new enterprise in the state.”
Asked about the power outages in North Caroline, Biden said that he has no idea who’s behind it.
“We don’t know yet. I’m running that down, I got a brief this morning,” Biden responded.
Commenting on Catholic Bishops’ objection to the same-sex marriage bill, Biden said he disagrees with him.
Josep Borrell Tells PM Albin Kurti To Suspend Police Operation In Municipal Buildings In Northern Kosovo
European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell strongly denounced the recent surge of violence in northern Kosovo. Acts of violence targeting citizens, the media, law enforcement, and KFOR troops were deemed utterly unacceptable, exacerbating an already perilous situation. “We, the European Union, stand firmly behind NATO’s mission KFOR in fulfilling its mandate in the interest…
Biden’s schedule for May 30, 2023
EDT 10:00 AM President Biden departs New Castle, Delaware en route to the White House 11:05 AM President Biden arrives at the White House Briefing Schedule EDT 2:45 PM Press Briefing by Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre and Director of the Office of Budget and Management Shalanda Young
A Closer Look: Unveiling The Timeline Of Violent Incidents In Northern Kosovo
BELGRADE—At the Monday press conference, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic delivered a detailed account of the series of events leading to violent clashes in Kosovo. Vucic specifically attributed the responsibility for inciting conflict between Serbs and KFOR on the ground to Kosovo’s Prime Minister, Albin Kurti , specifically in relation to the incidents that unfolded on…