Tag: Russia

Biden has Already Put U.S. Allies at Risk

Joe Biden’s list of failures continues after a recent report was released disclosing that U.S. allies have been threatened by Russian nukes since Biden has taken office. According to The Washington Free Beacon: Vladimir Putin’s surging nuclear stockpile and military buildup leaves NATO allies all the more in need of protection from the U.S. military,

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,

Trump Declassifies Crossfire Hurricane Docs in One of His Final Moves

In one of the final moves before President Trump departed office, he declassified the documents related to Crossfire Hurricane. According to Town Hall: Just hours before leaving the White House, President Donald Trump declassified documents related to Operation Crossfire Hurricane, the FBI’s investigation into Trump campaign officials during the 2016 election and well after the

Trump Pulls Out of Transparency Treaty With Russia and Europe

President Trump has pulled the United States out of a military transparency treaty with both Russia and Europe. According to The Daily Caller: The Department of State said Sunday that the U.S. had officially withdrawn from the Open Skies Treaty, which went into effect nearly two decades ago. President Donald Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo

State Department Moves to Crack Down on Foreign Influence at U.S. Think Tanks

The U.S. State Department is launching an effort to crack down on the foreign influence exerted over United States think tanks. According to The Washington Free Beacon: Though disclosure is not a legal requirement, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is requesting that think tanks reveal their foreign donors, according to prepared remarks obtained by the Washington

Treasury Department Hits Ukranian and Russian Individuals With Sanctions

The Treasury Department has sanctions individuals from Russia and Ukraine for election interference. According to The Hill: One of the individuals added to the list was Andrii Derkach, a Ukrainian member of parliament, who was cited by William Evanina, the director of the National Counterintelligence and Security Center, last month for spreading disinformation to “undermine”

DHS Chief Chad Wolf Slams Inaccurate ABC Report

Department of Homeland Security Acting Secretary Chad Wolf responded harshly to an “inaccurate” ABC report. According to The Daily Wire: Acting Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Chad Wolf responded Wednesday to an ABC News report that claimed that the department withheld information that Russia was seeking to damage Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden by

White House Responds to Poisoning of Putin Critic

The White House has responded to the poisoning of Putin critic Alexei Navalny. According to The Hill: The White House on Wednesday condemned the poisoning of a prominent critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin with the use of a chemical agent. A spokesman for the National Security Council called the findings that nerve agent Novichok was used against

Senate GOP Come to Trump’s Defense on Russian Bounties

Senate Republicans are defending President Trump’s response to Russian bounties as Democrat’s work to churn up another scandal. According to The Hill: Senate Republicans are defending President Trump’s handling of intelligence claiming that Russia’s military intelligence units offered bounties to Taliban militants to kill U.S. troops, arguing the evidence of bounties has not received sufficient verification.

Trump Defends Plan to Invite Russia to G-7

President Trump plans to invite Russia to the G-7 for the first time since they were kicked out in 2014. The G-7 will be held in the United States this year. According to The Hill: President Trump on Wednesday defended his plans to invite Russia to the Group of Seven (G-7) summit this year despite its