Joe Biden has long advocated for the rights of veterans, both through his tenure as a U.S. Senator and Vice President of the United States. Although he did not fight in Vietnam or actively protest the war, he has recently visited the country in his capacity as Vice President to provide support for veterans and to attempt to foster diplomatic ties between the U.S. and Vietnam. During his visit in 2016, he met with veterans from both countries and discussed ways to help heal the wounds of war and to work together for peace.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi launched the impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden in mid-January 2020. Immediately afterward, Democratic House of Representative leader Kevin McCarthy was critical of the move, saying that the 2021 presidential race should determine the future of the country, rather than an impeachment inquiry. He also called the inquiry “what Democrats do […]
Nikki Haley is betting on an electability message to win in 2024 by focusing on her record as former governor of South Carolina, where she won two landslide elections, as well as her time as US ambassador to the United Nations. Haley is emphasising her abilities as a coalition builder with broad appeal beyond her […]