Tag: Foreign Policy

United States Officials Compliment the Taliban on Recent Talks

US officials have called recent talks with the Taliban “candid and professional.” According to The Washington Free Beacon: WASHINGTON (Reuters)—The United States said on Sunday the first face-to-face meeting between senior U.S. and Taliban officials since the hardline group retook power in Afghanistan was “candid and professional“ and that the U.S. side reiterated that the Taliban would be judged on their

Biden’s Words Come Back to Haunt Him

Joe Biden made a statement about his foreign policy team and the recent events in Afghanistan have proven those statements to be wrong. According to The Washington Free Beacon: Thursday’s suicide bombings in Kabul, which claimed the lives of at least 13 American servicemen, marked the deadliest day for U.S. troops in Afghanistan since 2011. President Joe

Biden Could Leave Behind Navy Vet Kidnapped by Taliban

A Navy vet who was kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan could be at risk of being left behind by the Biden administration. According to The Washington Free Beacon: Haqqani network operatives backed by the Taliban abducted Mark Frerichs, a civilian contractor in Afghanistan for the U.S. government, in January 2020. The government has made

Senators Threaten to Veto Biden Nominees Over Sanction Enforcement

Senators from both parties are threatening the Biden administration if they do not enforce sanctions on American adversaries. According to The Washington Free Beacon: The nominees were grilled on Tuesday afternoon by lawmakers on the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, which is responsible for signing off on Treasury Department nominees. Brian Nelson

Reporter Calls Out Biden Administration Lie

A reporter for the Associated Press went against modern journalistic standards by questioning a Democrat. According to Town Hall: “Put him in a body bag.” Did that really happen at a Biden State Department press conference? Did the media push back on an attempt by this administration to take credit for a Trump-era policy? Yes,

Biden Cancels Important Speech for Odd Reason

President Joe Biden canceled a key foreign policy speech for what appears to be weather-related concerns. According to The Washington Free Beacon: President Joe Biden canceled a Monday trip to the State Department to deliver his first major foreign policy address, citing the two inches of snow that fell in Washington, D.C., during the weekend.

Former Obama NSA Claims Pompeo Being ‘Overtly Religious’ is ‘Problematic

Former Obama National Security Adviser Susan Rice is claiming that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo being “overtly religious” is “problematic.” Rice made these claims to MSNBC host Racheal Maddow. According to The Washington Free Beacon: Former Obama-era national security adviser Susan Rice said Tuesday that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo being an “overtly religious” member

U.S. Pushing Resolution to Extend Arms Embargo on Iran

The United States is putting its influence behind a resolution that will extend the arms embargo on Iran. According to The Washington Free Beacon: The United States on Tuesday introduced a new draft resolution to indefinitely extend a U.N. arms embargo on Iran that is tailored to entice European allies to back the effort, according

Trump Meets With Venezuela Opposition Leader on Wednesday

President Trump will meet with the Venezuelan opposition leader at the White House on Wednesday after calling Venezuelan President Maduro illegitimate in his Tuesday State of the Union address. According to The Hill: President Trump will meet with Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó at the White House on Wednesday. The meeting comes after Guaidó attended Trump’s

Trump Increases Pressure on Iran With Appeal to Iranians

President Trump has taken aim at the tyrannical Iranian government by trying to appeal to the citizens of Iran. According to The Hill: The Trump administration’s maximum pressure campaign against Iran’s nuclear ambitions is evolving to include direct appeals to the Iranian people. But critics warn that the effort, in response to Tehran’s brutal crackdown