In a controversial move, the U.S. will supply Ukraine with cluster bombs. And, is President Joe Biden under pressure to step aside?
As the 2024 U.S. presidential election draws closer, members of his own party are urging Joe Biden to make way for a new, younger generation of Democratic Party candidates. They point to his advanced age and what some say are cognitive issues. But his supporters say Biden should be judged by his achievements, not his age.
Meanwhile, a controversial decision by the Biden administration to send cluster munitions to Ukraine.
The decision has caused divisions domestically and concern among U.S. allies. These munitions release dozens of bomblets which disperse and detonate across several football fields. They’re considered inaccurate, and have been banned by a hundred nations as a risk to civilians.
Joining the discussion:
- Gene Rossi is a former Assistant U.S. Attorney and Federal Prosecutor.
- Adolfo Franco is an Attorney and Republican Strategist.
- Brian Becker is the Executive Director of the ANSWER Coalition.
- Joseph Williams is a former Senior Editor at U.S. News and World Report.
🔊 And some NATO allies have expressed dismay at Biden’s decision to supply Ukraine with controversial cluster bombs.
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#UPDATE "The latest 'miracle weapon' which Washington and Kyiv are betting on, without thinking about the grave consequences, will have no effect on the special military operation," ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said.https://t.co/Kj37hAw2OE
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