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JOE BIDEN

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He’s the first octogenarian president in US history.
From the editorial: "Big Oil is an effective Democratic Party boogeyman."
In his first visit to Southeast Asia as president, Biden said the region was at the heart of his administration's Indo-Pacific strategy and Washington was committing resources, not just rhetoric, under a new Comprehensive Strategic Partnership.
While 71% of Democrats think Biden is "mentally sharp and able to deal with challenges," 46% say he may not be up to the challenge of running in 2024.
Chris Magnus, a former Fargo police chief, was confirmed in December as commissioner of the CBP, a 60,000-person agency that oversees border security, trade and travel.
Thirty-five Senate seats and all 435 House of Representatives seats are on the ballot.

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During the last two years of Obama's presidency, McConnell blocked consideration of a Supreme Court nominee — an action with little precedent in U.S. history that enabled Trump instead to fill a vacancy.
Though the pardons are expected to affect nearly 6,600 people, data from the United States Sentencing Commission indicates only three Minnesotans are eligible to receive a pardon.
A U.S. District Judge in St. Louis ruled that while the six Republican-led states had raised "important and significant challenges to the debt relief plan," he threw out their lawsuit on grounds they lacked the necessary legal standing to pursue the case.

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