Ukraine, President Biden, Washington D.C. discussed on Bloomberg Markets

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Michael's got a green dot next to those names which is good to see All right let's head down to Washington D.C. world of national news would make an acre Be sure to message him Thank you Paul The White House says President Biden is speaking with Ukraine's president volodymyr zelensky right now to discuss continued U.S. support for Ukraine in the face of Russian aggression The Kremlin says it sees no breakthroughs from the latest round of talks with Ukraine the U.S. and its allies are casting doubts on Russia's offer to scale back military operations near the cities of Kyiv and Chernobyl This is Kyiv mayor vitali Klitschko This means a racist attack and will listen a huge explosion and north of its meanest battles there Which gave me a clutch go according to the interfax news service Russia says its forces have fulfilled their goals near the two cities a source close to the Kremlin tells Bloomberg news Russia's goals now may be to take two eastern provinces and a land quarter to the Crimean Peninsula Democrats will be able to claim at least some bipartisan backing for judge ketanji Brown Jackson to become the first black woman on the U.S. Supreme Court Republican senator Susan Collins of Maine says she will vote yes for Jackson She tells The New York Times She met with the judge for a second time yesterday to hash out some of the issues from her confirmation hearing President Biden will get a second COVID booster shot today We just got that word from The White House as the president prepares to deliver remarks on the status of the COVID fight The Biden administration introduced a new website today COVID dot gov that's all serve as a one stop shop for Americans to get mask vaccine and treatment information tailored to their area The White House says the president will get that second booster after he delivers his remarks this afternoon Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists.

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