This year’s presidential election has been incredibly stressful and controversial. Some would consider it the most important election in our lifetimes. The turnout has given hope to so many people in this country. People who are struggling during the pandemic, people who see the violence against Black Americans and know that we need a change, and people who understand that climate change is an issue that needs fixing.…Doorgaan
Toegevoegd door bisita op 27 November 2020 op 20.54 — Geen reacties
After 30 years of evaluating presidential Cabinet appointments for diversity, I entered this latest round feeling a tad burned out.
The process is discouraging. Some Latino advocacy groups are demanding five spots on the 15-member Cabinet being assembled by President-elect Joe Biden.…Doorgaan
Toegevoegd door bisita op 26 November 2020 op 20.15 — Geen reacties
UPDATED with Michigan governor reaction: Donald Trump has proven a loser yet again today as Joe Biden’s massive victory in Michigan received official certification from state officials.
After introductory discussion and then hours of comments from the public and passionate county clerks, Michagan’s four-member Board of State Canvassers on Monday voted 3-1 to confirm the President-elect’s nearly 155,000-vote victory in the Great Lakes State in the November 3 election. With truly one…Doorgaan
Toegevoegd door bisita op 25 November 2020 op 21.12 — Geen reacties
Former House Speaker Paul Ryan said Tuesday that it's time to move on to "an orderly transfer of power" to President-elect Joe Biden's administration.
Ryan's comments were made Tuesday during Bank of America's virtual European Credit Conference and reported by POLITICO.
“So, the election is over," Ryan said. "The outcome is certain, and I really think the orderly transfer of power — that is one of the most uniquely fundamental American components of our political…Doorgaan
Toegevoegd door bisita op 24 November 2020 op 21.27 — Geen reacties
Joe Biden Has a Barack Obama Problem, Why?
Three years into his first term, President Barack Obama stood before the Australian Parliament and sketched out his vision for the United States’ tilting toward Asia. His tone was optimistic: Conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq were winding down; the “tide of war is receding,” he told lawmakers in Canberra. These developments would allow Washington to shift its focus. “After a decade in which we fought two wars that cost us dearly, in blood and…
Toegevoegd door bisita op 18 November 2020 op 22.15 — Geen reacties