Friday, January 27, 2023

Biden hopes for a miracle to defeat the ghost of Donald Trump on Tuesday

President Joe Biden is still waiting for a miracle to happen in this Tuesday’s legislative elections according to all forecasts ranging from bad to disastrous. It depends on whether the electorate leans against Republicans, and especially against Trumpism holdovers. Democrats, on the other hand, are convinced they’re rigging the elections again. In any case, Biden appealed for a tour of the country’s major districts and a “kiss” of rigor. Former President Barack Obama also came forward to help them.

The great attraction offered by the current ruling party is the promise both internally and globally to protect workers, fight for abortion rights, and defend democracy. For the White House, Russia and China are major enemies in the region, along with Venezuela, Nicaragua and Cuba. But he is unaware of a new vote in the UN assembly to reject the blockade on the Caribbean island, with only two in favor of Washington—the US and Israel—, 185 against and two voting: Ukraine and Brazil.

This November 8th, 35 of the 435 seats in the House of Representatives and 100 in the Senate have been renewed, in addition to 39 governorships. Biden voted last Saturday in Wilmington, Delaware, with his granddaughter Natalie Biden, who is a first-time voter. It is believed that around 30 million citizens have already cast their vote.

The president gave a speech at the Capitol this week to remember the January 6 attack last year by supporters of Donald Trump, ignoring the outcome of the 2020 election. “I wish I could say that the assault on our democracy ended that day, but no, I can,” Biden said, “after attacking the candidates who are competing at all levels of the US administration and the election results.” refuse to commit to accepting.”

In the absence of a favorable outcome for Kyiv in the war in Ukraine, where the US has already committed some $65,000 million in military aid and weapons, the Democrats’ offer is consistent with a promise that it will be able to overturn Ukraine’s regime. . Supreme Court that Trump knew how to put together — the most conservative in decades — and it demolished a 1973 decision in favor of the right to terminate a pregnancy.

But after February 24 as a result of the sanctions fever against Russia, inflation soared to more than 8% annually, but to a maximum of 20% in energy and to no less than double digits for food, medicine and rent. As a way of showing that he cares about the issue, Biden announced that if the oil companies did not reduce prices, he would implement windfall taxes. “They haven’t fulfilled their mission to invest in America and help the American people,” he said threateningly.

But in this context, Ukraine is far away and, moreover, Biden has donned the mantle of ordering a disorderly withdrawal in Afghanistan that had the same ramifications as Vietnam nearly 50 years ago. It also added that Trump, who is blocked on social networks, was in charge of confirming with his own Truth social platform that a deal with Vladimir Putin with him in the White House would have avoided war. Speaking of not knowing the results, Democrats alleged in 2016 that the Republican businessman’s victory was helped by Russia.

This poll shows that Trump’s shadow is still in force and if the predicted results hold, the next two years are going to be difficult for Biden in a polarized landscape with a tough confrontation. A lame duck with a damaged wing. ,

Netanyahu again

The Capitol still resonates with Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech from March 2015 when, in an open challenge to Barack Obama, he criticized the nuclear deal signed with Iran and Germany along with four other nuclear powers. Lying on the right of the political spectrum, the Israeli leader’s affinity with Donald Trump, who scrapped that accord and also ordered the US embassy to be moved to Jerusalem, is no secret.

There is no escaping the fact that political instability in Israel is a problem for the US. As the country held its fifth election since 2019 on Tuesday, that much is true. And Netanyahu, who has ruled the country for 15 years, won widely enough to dominate parliament.

In the 120-seat Knesset, his Likud party won 32, his ultra-Orthodox allies 18 and the Religious Zionism coalition 14, for a total of 64 votes. This result affects the region at a time of heightened conflict in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. But even in the scenario of war in Ukraine, where Israel has so far condemned the invasion but not sent arms to Kyiv. And try to maintain parity with Russia. Netanyahu’s relationship with Vladimir Putin does not portend that this may change.

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