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Dos Equis:
Biden interview with Jimmy Kimmel this week will be president's first network sit-down in 118 days
Biden's last major interview was with NBC's Lester Holt on Feb. 10
By Hanna Panreck | Fox News
Published June 6, 2022
https://www.foxnews.com/media/biden-kimmel-interview-118-days

Moontrane:

--- Quote from: Dos Equis on June 06, 2022, 08:50:52 PM ---Biden interview with Jimmy Kimmel this week will be president's first network sit-down in 118 days
Biden's last major interview was with NBC's Lester Holt on Feb. 10
By Hanna Panreck | Fox News
Published June 6, 2022
https://www.foxnews.com/media/biden-kimmel-interview-118-days

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Kimmel really asks tough questions.

jude2:

--- Quote from: Moontrane on June 06, 2022, 09:09:54 PM ---Kimmel really asks tough questions.

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lol

jude2:
He should go on Bill Maher show

Moontrane:

--- Quote from: Moontrane on June 06, 2022, 09:09:54 PM ---Kimmel really asks tough questions.

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https://www.wsj.com/articles/awakened-to-putins-threat-biden-and-the-west-nod-off-again-russia-ukraine-exports-gas-energy-aid-support-11655495174?mod=opinion_lead_pos5



Awakened to Putin’s Threat, Biden and the West Nod Off Again
The president appeared on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ and didn’t mention Russia’s war against Ukraine in a 23-minute interview.
By Garry Kasparov
June 17, 2022 6:53 pm ET

Earlier this month President Biden addressed the nation. Rather than do so from behind the Resolute Desk, he went on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” In a 23-minute interview, Russia’s war on Ukraine wasn’t mentioned once. With domestic issues such as inflation, the Jan. 6 hearings, abortion and gun control on the president’s plate, the war in Ukraine may seem less of a priority. But it isn’t. Providing Ukraine with everything it needs to fight the Russians is the right—and popular—thing to do.

Yet Mr. Biden seems as if he’d rather pass the buck than act. During remarks at a Democratic fundraiser two days after the Kimmel interview, he said that President Volodymyr Zelensky “didn’t want to hear it” when warned about Russia’s imminent invasion. The Ukrainians deny this, but even if it were true, what of the U.S. ignoring its own warnings? No sanctions or aid was deployed to deter Mr. Putin’s invasion. Mr. Zelensky was surely skeptical that any U.S. support would be forthcoming after the fighting started.

Now we know the high cost of that failure to act—the slaughter, destruction and war crimes in Ukraine, and the food and fuel crises around the world. Instead of working to contain Mr. Putin in the eight years since he first invaded Ukraine, instead of insulating themselves against blackmail by becoming less dependent on Russian exports, American and European governments kicked the can down the road.

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