Biden news today: President opens oil reserves to address gas prices, says Putin appears to be ‘self-isolating’ and doubts Ukraine’s withdrawal

‘Enough’, Biden declares ‘use it or lose it’ policy on oil rents on federal lands

President Joe Biden has ordered the release of up to 1 million barrels of oil per day from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve for the next six months in an effort to control prices that have risen since the United States and its allies imposed tough sanctions on Russia.

The announcement comes after both the White House and the Pentagon said they believed Vladimir Putin had been misinformed about the progress of the war by his top advisers, and warned that Russian forces being withdrawn from areas near Kyiv may be repositioned for further fighting.

Meanwhile, the president celebrates Transgender Day of Seeingwhich proclaimed to “celebrate the activism and determination that fueled the struggle for gender equality” and “recognize the hardships and discrimination that the transgender community continues to face across our nation and around the world”—that in a Republican-led manner, states pass laws that directly target non-trafficking people Gender compatible, including children.

On Wednesday, Biden also gave a speech on the state of the coronavirus pandemic, and announced the launch of a central resource website, before receiving his second booster shot of the Pfizer vaccine. The CIA director is the latest person in the administration to test positive for the virus and he met the president the day before — though they were far away and masked.


Trump’s false claim that he “created” oil reserves while Biden works on gas prices is debunked

previous president Donald TrumpThe recent claim that his administration has “created” US strategic oil reserves that have been “virtually empty” for half a century is completely false, according to US Department of Energy records.

Andrew Feinberg explains it.

Oliver O’ConnellApril 1, 2022 05:30


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Biden says Putin may have put advisers under house arrest

Joe Biden said Thursday that Russian President Vladimir Putin may have placed some of his advisers under “house arrest.”

Biden also said he was skeptical of Moscow’s claim that it had scaled back its offensive in parts of Ukraine.

He said, “He appears to be withdrawn from himself and there are some indications that he has expelled some of his advisors or placed them under house arrest.”

However, Biden added that “there is a lot of speculation” and that he doesn’t want to “put too much equity into it.”

Maroucheh MuzaffarApril 1, 2022 05:25


Jen Psaki criticizes “extreme and harmful” laws targeting transgender people and abortion

White House Press Secretary Jin Psaki Criticize four bills signed into law in Arizona And the Oklahoma This week targeting transgender youth and restricting abortion care, are among dozens of bills introduced this year by Republican lawmakers that target gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and gay Americans and Americans. Abortion rights.

Oliver O’ConnellApril 1, 2022 04:45


Biden: Putin appears to be “isolating himself” from advisors as the war on Ukraine stops

President Joe Biden Thursday claimed that Russian President Vladimir Putin He appears to be “isolating himself” from his closest advisors, including senior intelligence officials, due to his invasion Ukraine It appears to be largely off across the country.

In a speech announcing efforts to bring down gas prices, which the United States has blamed on efforts to divest from Russian oil as well as inflation, the president made it clear that he did not “want to put too much stock” in the reports but essentially confirmed the reports that had been going on for weeks. To the existence of a major disagreement between Putin and his top aides and strategists.


Next Jin Psaki?

Kate Bedingfieldfor the first time in White House This week’s press briefing came under unlikely circumstances – two of her colleagues seated due to Covid-19 – but could lead to greater insight. Joe BidenLongtime Communications Manager.

“I know I’m not the redhead you’re used to seeing on this podium, but I hope you’ll stay with me nonetheless,” Ms Bedingfield, 40, joked to reporters at her first press conference on Tuesday.

John Bowden reports from Washington, DC.

Oliver O’ConnellApril 1, 2022 03:15


Biden calls for ‘use it or lose it’ policy on federal oil rents: ‘I say, enough’

President Joe Biden swipe on Thursday oil Companies for refusing to increase production to make up for the shortfall caused by removing Russian oil from US markets.

Describe the crisis caused by the unjustified Russian invasion of Ukraine “A moment of crisis, danger for the world, and pain at the pump for American families,” Biden said, saying the sharp rise in oil and gas prices caused by the US embargo on Russian oil could be a “national moment” for domestic oil producers.

Andrew Feinberg has the latest version of independent from Washington, DC.

Oliver O’ConnellApril 1, 2022 02:30


ICYMI: Biden on new Covid-19 funding: ‘It’s not partisan, it’s medicine’

Congress recently refused to provide billions of dollars in new funding for the government’s efforts to respond to Covid-19, and Joe Biden warned yesterday that if the money is not made available soon, the consequences could be dire.

Our Andrew Feinberg has the story.

Oliver O’ConnellApril 1, 2022 01:30


Pelosi: Jenny Thomas ‘Proud Contributor to Coup’

At her weekly news conference, the House Democratic leader told reporters she never believed Mr Thomas should have joined the court in the first place, adding that his wife had been revealed as a “recognized and proud contributor to our country’s coup”. “.

These statements were some of the fiercest criticism of a high-ranking Democratic leader to date due to the fallout from Jenny Thomas’ text messages to that time –White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows continues before and after the January 6 attack.

John Bowden reports from Washington, DC.

Oliver O’ConnellApril 1, 2022 00:45


With gas and food prices soaring, the key inflation gauge sets its highest level in 40 years

The inflation gauge is closely monitored by Federal Reserve It jumped 6.4% in February from a year ago, with soaring prices for food, gasoline and other necessities. AmericansFinance.

The number you mentioned on Thursday before Department of Commerce It was the largest year-over-year rise since January 1982. Excluding volatile food and energy prices, so-called core inflation rose 5.4% in February from the previous 12 months.

Oliver O’ConnellApril 1, 2022 00:00


Citing race, judge struck down parts of Florida’s election law

A federal judge overturned parts of A Florida He passed the election law last year, and he said in a ruling issued Thursday that the Republican-led government is using covert tactics to suppress it black voters.

U.S. District Court Judge Mark Walker wrote in his ruling that the law tightened rules on mail-in ballots, drop boxes, and other popular election methods—changes that made it more difficult for black voters, who generally suffer more social and economic disadvantages than white voters.

Oliver O’ConnellMarch 31, 2022 23:30

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