The race for the White House in the U.S. has rapidly evolved into fierce debates not just on domestic issues, but also foreign policy matters like Ukraine. Meanwhile, former President Trump is facing a host of criminal charges and President Biden is struggling to get ahead in the polls.
Joining the discussion:
- Brandon Brice is a conservative columnist and host of the radio talk show “The Brice is Right.”
- Randy Zelin is a criminal defense attorney and former prosecutor.
- Adolfo Franco is an attorney and Republican strategist.
- Frank Sesno served as a senior vice president and Washington bureau chief for CNN. He’s currently the Executive Director of George Washington University’s Alliance for a Sustainable Future.
⚡️During the visit to the United States on December 11-12, Ukrainian President Volodymyr #Zelensky will meet not only with U.S. President Joe #Biden but also with representatives of the American Congress, Bloomberg reported. pic.twitter.com/jx914txT2d
— KyivPost (@KyivPost) December 11, 2023
The US Special Counsel prosecuting Donald Trump on federal charges of trying to overturn his 2020 election defeat asked the Supreme Court to launch fast-track review of the former president's immunity claim https://t.co/ShLNXedCrM pic.twitter.com/eKtP5Lb39J
— Reuters (@Reuters) December 11, 2023