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Joe Biden says he will block us if necessary due to coronavirus[1]

[Posted on : 2020-08-23 by Aleem Raja] U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has said he will do "whatever it takes" to tackle the spread of the coronavirus in the country, including blocking the United States if deemed necessary.

“I would close it; I would listen to the scientists, ”Biden told ABCs David Muir in a joint interview with his running mate, Senator Kamala Harris, which airs Sunday. "We will do whatever it takes to save lives."

Bidens comments represent the strongest potential action proposed by the Democratic presidential candidate to stop the spread of the virus that killed at least 175,000 people in the United States on Friday night.

President Donald Trump has resisted calls for another shutdown despite an increase in coronavirus cases in many states this summer. Trump and members of his administration have argued that a new lockdown will cause irreparable damage to the economy.

"We wont shut down the country anymore. We wont have to," Trump said in an interview with Fox News in June.

Biden, who appeared in his first interview since officially becoming the Democratic presidential candidate this week, strongly disagreed with Trumps reasoning.

“We cannot move the country until we control the virus. To begin with, this is the fundamental flaw in the thinking of this administration, ”he said. "For the country to continue to function and move, for the economy to grow and for people to be employed, you need to fix the virus."

Most states have allowed businesses deemed essential to stay open after the outbreak of the pandemic, while restaurants, bars and theaters have been forced to close to help slow its spread. The countrys current spike is being fueled by states, mostly in the southern and western United States, which are easing restrictions on non-essential businesses early on - a move that medical professionals say would lead to higher costs. infections.

Trump takes Europe hostage to Iran[2]

[Posted on : 2020-08-22 by Ali Madad] For years, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Emmanuel Macron and other EU leaders have pleaded with Trump to abandon his diplomatic approach to America First, a bull in a Chinese store, in favor of building a consensus across the United Nations and other countries. International organisations.
They might soon wish they hadnt.

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has confirmed he will travel to UN headquarters in New York on Thursday to officially activate the so-called take-back provision that would force the Security Council to reactivate sanctions imposed on Iran in previous years. a 2015 deal to try to force Tehran to scale back its nuclear weapons program.

"These resolutions will be fully valid and binding on the UN Security Council," Pompeo said Wednesday. "We have all expectations that they are met."
US pressure for sanctions has left Europe, which intends to keep the Iran nuclear deal alive and opposes the US decision, in a delicate position. It not only puts the European powers on the Security Council (France, the UK and Germany, which currently has a non-permanent seat) on the same side as Russia and China, which oppose the position of the United States, but also creates the Apparently the trio supports Iran over Washington, Europes most important ally.

In 2018, the Trump administration, claiming that Iran could not be trusted, abandoned the nuclear deal, initially concluded between Tehran and six world powers in 2015 under the presidency of Barack Obama. Since then, Europe has tried to keep the deal afloat, even in the face of Iranian violations.

Obama burns Trump like American democracy depends on him[3]

[Posted on : 2020-08-21 by Munindar Das] On the third night of the Democratic convention, a word that seems increasingly absurd to describe what is really only two hours of late-night DNC ​​programming, the former president gave a momentous speech that balanced the fact to set the incumbent president on fire with getting a voters the possibility of something better. During this time, he set back the historic view to 30,000 feet where it was possible to show voters the scope of American history and remind them that the country, despite what he called "those dark times," faced greater challenges than Trump. .

But despite optimistic tendencies, Obama has not downplayed the threat he believes the country faces under President Donald Trump. "This is not a normal time," he said at the top. “So tonight I want to speak as clearly as possible about what is at stake in this election. Because what we do in the next 76 days will resonate with generations to come. "

As Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, and John Kasich, three people with significant ideological and personal differences between them, have made clear in their previous speeches, the case against Trump is not about politics. The urgency that has brought socialists, liberals and conservatives together this week is for something much more fundamental, something which is frankly difficult for political journalists accustomed to pleading politics and the political conflicts between the two parties to broadcast in a way. which seems impartial. .

Obama accused Trump of having "discovered no veneration for democracy entrusted to him." Basically, he accused him of corruption and abuse of power, claiming that Trump "had no interest in using the incredible power of his office to help anyone other than himself and his friends." And he accused his successor of a dangerous form of narcissism when he said that Trump "has no interest in treating the presidency as more than just another reality show that he can use to attract the attention he needs ".

Obama then moved on to a positive case for Biden. But after some personal thoughts on his capacity for empathy and how Biden made him a better president, Obamas case for Biden (and Kamala Harris) turned into a case against Trump. Biden and Harris "really care about all Americans" and "care deeply about this democracy," and that "the franchise is sacred" and "that no one, including the president, is above the rule. law and not The public servant, including the president, must use his position to enrich himself or to enrich his supporters. "

US Postal Service halts controversial changes amid voting furore[4]

[Posted on : 2020-08-20 by Manivor Laxen] Postmaster General Louis DeJoy said he would reverse operational changes that critics say would hamper postal voting.

The U-turn comes as Mr DeJoy is due to testify to Congress and at least 20 states were preparing to sue.

There is a fierce debate over postal funding in 2020, as record numbers of Americans are expected to vote by mail due to the pandemic.

The US Postal Service (USPS) under Mr DeJoy had begun what it said were cost-cutting measures in recent months.

References :

[1] - https://www.politico.eu/article/biden-says-hed-lock-down-us-if-spread-of-coronavirus-warranted-it/

[2] - https://www.politico.eu/article/donald-trump-iran-nuclear-deal-takes-europe-hostage/

[3] - https://www.politico.eu/article/obama-torches-trump-like-american-democracy-depends-on-it/

[4] - https://www.bbc.com/news/election-us-2020-53829347

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