Should President Joe Biden sit down for an interview with Fox News this weekend, as has become a Super Bowl tradition? This is almost certainly the question currently being bandied about in the White House communications offices this week, and there are compelling arguments on both sides of the equation. It would certainly make for compelling television, but I think the White House is more than justified in taking a pass, which I will explain shortly. There are good reasons for any sitting president to do the Super Bowl interview, reasons which still hold today. And there are compelling reasons for this particular White House to agree to this particular interview.
Criticizing “identity politics” and the apparent negative effects they are having on society via Biden administration officials such as Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, host Jesse Watters said, “Tulsi, I think we are a little tired of the diversity stuff.”“Jesse, what we are seeing is their philosopher identity politics,” Gabbard said. It’s based on genetics, race, based on your blood, your genes, and, where do we see that connection? Well, these are the very same geneticist core principles embodied by Nazism and Adolf Hitler. Gabbard continued, “We need leaders who will elect, who will select people based on their character. She reiterated her comparisons, saying, “You look at the core values and core principles of Adolf Hitler and Nazism what is it based on?1 month ago Mediaite
Haley officially announced she was running on Feb. 15, with a campaign video released the day before. All together, Haley’s campaign announcement, the criticisms and attacks, and the controversy over Lemon’s comments led to a measurable surge in interest in Haley, as illustrated by the GoogleTrends for her name. A Morning Consult poll showed that Haley’s support in the 2024 GOP presidential primary increased since her campaign launch from 3 percent to 6 percent. Since before she launched her campaign last week, @NikkiHaley's support in the 2024 Republican primary has increased from 3% to 6%. https://t.co/qY46diXDau pic.twitter.com/Db9BgGwJbY — Eli Yokley (@eyokley) February 22, 2023According to the polling memo, the poll was conducted in the days after Haley’s campaign launch, “Feb.1 month ago Mediaite
Grand Jury foreperson Emily Kohrs was asked point-blank if the election crimes probe recommended indicting Former President Donald Trump. On the subject of Trump, Kohrs was cagey:EMILY KOHRS: It’s not a short list. EMILY KOHRS: There are certainly names that you would recognize. “That’s not the way I expected this to go at all!” I, I don’t think that’s in store for anyone. We definitely heard a lot about former President Trump, and we definitely discussed him a lot in the room.1 month ago Mediaite
President Joe Biden made a surprise visit to Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky Monday morning in a show of support against ongoing Russian military incursions into the independent nation. The surprise visit came during a planned diplomatic meeting with neighboring Poland and marked the one-year anniversary of Russia’s invasion. “When Putin launched his invasion nearly one year ago, he thought Ukraine was weak, and the West was divided. And Ukraine stands. When Putin launched his invasion nearly one year ago, he thought Ukraine was weak and the West was divided.1 month ago Mediaite
Former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley announced on Wednesday she is running for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination. “If you had to delineate where, say, you and President Trump differ on issues, where would you start?” he asked her on Wednesday night. !”Trump’s missive embodies the exact tone of the forthcoming 2024 Republican primary, which will be utterly indistinguishable from the party’s 2016 primary aside from most of the cast of characters. Neither does any other rumored potential 2024 Republican candidate. But as for Nikki Haley, her campaign seems built for an era to which the Republican base has no intention of returning.1 month ago Mediaite
An investigative report published by the New York Times on another Big Apple institution, New York University Langone Health – the best hospital in the state and third-ranked hospital in the country per U.S. News and World Report – has pitted the two behemoths against each other. NYU and Langone said that the Times again downplayed the risk to Langone’s health after having been initially misled by its sources. In an interview with Mediaite, Langone himself explicitly denied that constipation could be counted among his symptoms. Those sources’ potentially illegal divulgence of Langone’s medical information, said McCarthy, impeaches them on ethical grounds as well. Like it’s not a question at all that VIP’s are prioritized over other patients… the story is correct,” one Times journalist told Mediaite.1 month ago Mediaite
“And so would I.”I just spoke with our GREAT America First President Trump. He would have never allowed China to fly a spy balloon over our country and our military bases and assets. The writer first mentioned a Bloomberg article:Bloomberg News reported on Friday that Chinese balloons flew over the U.S. while President Trump occupied the White House. “One top national security official from the administration of former President Donald Trump said none of the Chinese spy balloons were near sensitive sites or had payloads as large as this one appears to carry,” Bloomberg continued. The Forbes article was published early on Saturday before the balloon was shot down and prior to the tweet from Greene.1 month ago Mediaite