Biden says he thinks Putin is a “murderer”
The report suggested the loss was due to the ongoing impact of the coronavirus pandemic on Mr Trump’s hotels, along with a negative response from the January 6 uprising that hurt relationships with brokers and lenders.
Meanwhile, the current administration faces a new test in its increasingly difficult relationship with China when top officials from both countries meet in Alaska today.
State Secretary Antony Blinken and National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan are due to hold the first face-to-face meeting with State Councilor Wang Yi and Chinese Communist Party’s Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi.
The meeting provides a first opportunity to resolve violent disagreements over trade and human rights in Tibet, Hong Kong and the western Xinjiang region, as well as the coronavirus pandemic.
Tensions are also high between President Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin after Mr Biden branded Mr Putin a “murderer” in an interview earlier this week.
Russia called its US Ambassador, Anatoly Antonov, home on Wednesday for consultations following the comments, and a senior Russian lawmaker has said the country will apologize for the comments.
The Kremlin has not yet publicly responded to Mr Biden’s comments, but it is believed that it is likely to do so today.
The Kremlin furiously warns of the consequences after Biden called Putin a “murderer”.
Louise HallMarch 18, 2021 10:30 am
Russia calls back the US ambassador when Biden calls Putin a “killer”.
Russia has called its US Ambassador Anatoly Antonov home for consultations while Moscow ponders what its State Department calls the “irreversible deterioration” of relations with America.
Tensions between the two nations are high following recent reports of alleged Russian meddling in the 2020 elections, US convictions for poisoning Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny and Joe Biden, who recently described Vladimir Putin as a “murderer” in an interview , have been released.
Louise HallMarch 18, 2021 10:19 am
Trump lost $ 700 million during the presidency, the report said
According to one report, the significant loss was due to the ongoing impact of the coronavirus pandemic on Mr Trump’s hotels and homes, along with a negative response from the January 6 uprising that hurt relationships with brokers and lenders.
The former president has at least $ 590 million in loans due over the next four years, the report said, and faces a “triple whammy” from the pandemic, turmoil and an aging real estate portfolio.
Ruth Colp-Haber, who heads office advisor Wharton Property Advisors, told the point of sale: “These are the companies you don’t want to work for right now.”
The independent one has asked the Trump Organization for a comment. The company declined to comment when contacted by Bloomberg.
Louise HallMarch 18, 2021 10:16
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Louise HallMarch 18, 2021 10:03 AM