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A video surfaced of Lauren Boebert telling a story about riding in an elevator with Ilhan Omar. Omar and several other House members reacted swiftly, accusing Boebert of Islamophobia. Boebert describes being confused about the encounter before noticing Omar standing in the elevator with her. Boebert said she then turned to Omar and added, "Oh look, the Jihad Squad decided to show up for work today." During a debate over the censure of Rep. Paul Gosar last week, Boebert referred to Omar as being part of the "Jihad Squad."
Persons: Lauren Boebert, Ilhan Omar, Boebert, Omar, PatriotTakes —, , Paul Gosar, Boebert's, Rashida Tlaib, Tlaib, bigots, Cori Bush, Ayanna Pressley, Adam Kinzinger Organizations: Service, Republican, Democratic, Twitter, Capitol, Representatives, Capitol Police, Jihad, GOP Locations: Colorado, Minnesota
Lauren Boebert apologized to Ilhan Omar on Friday after making anti-Muslim comments during a campaign event. "I apologize to anyone in the Muslim community I offended with my comment about Rep. Omar," she said. After Boebert apologized, Omar insisted that House leadership "need to take appropriate action"Get a daily selection of our top stories based on your reading preferences. "I apologize to anyone in the Muslim community I offended with my comment about Rep. Omar," wrote Boebert on Twitter. Lauren Boebert (@RepBoebert) November 26, 2021Omar's office declined to comment on Boebert's apology, but shortly afterwards, the Minnesota congresswoman called on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy to take action against Boebert.
Persons: Lauren Boebert, Ilhan Omar, Omar, Boebert, , Nancy Pelosi, Kevin McCarthy, PatriotTakes —, critcized Boebert, Adam Kinzinger Organizations: Service, Republican, Democratic, Twitter, Boebert, Capitol, Representatives, Capitol Police, Jihad Locations: Colorado, Minnesota
"I objected and continue to object to the fact that the single largest part of this bill is a $275 billion tax giveaway to millionaires and the wealthy. Regardless of the net tax change, there’s no excuse for that provision being in this bill," Golden said on Twitter. The change would mainly benefit wealthy taxpayers in coastal states that are heavily Democratic. The SALT cap was imposed under a tax reform law enacted in 2017 when Republicans controlled Congress and fellow Republican Donald Trump was president. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is aiming to pass Biden's domestic investment bill by the end of this year.
Persons: Elizabeth Frantz WASHINGTON, Joe Biden's, Jared Golden, Golden, Republican Donald Trump, Chuck Schumer, Joe Manchin, Richard Cowan, Scott Malone, Leslie Adler Organizations: U.S, Capitol, REUTERS, U.S . Congress, Taxation, Representatives, Senate, Twitter, Democratic, Republicans, Republican, Thomson Locations: Washington , U.S
Republican Rep. Kat Cammack of Florida was booed on the House Floor after she referred to the Build Back Better spending bill as "Build Back Broke." Cammack said she was voting "hell no" on the bill and was designated by some Republican fellow House members to issue their votes on their behalf. House Democrats passed the sweeping spending bill Friday night, sending it to the Senate. build back broke, and as the member designated by Mr. Loudermilk of the state of – Madam Speaker, the House is not in order." —Congresswoman Kat Cammack (@RepKatCammack) November 19, 2021In a statement, Cammack referred to the bill as a "dumpster fire."
Persons: Kat Cammack, Cammack, Joe Biden's, Letlow, Loudermilk, Nancy Pelosi, boo's, Sen, Joe Manchin Organizations: Democrats, Senate, Service, . House Representative, Republican Locations: Florida, Louisiana, H.R,
Flags of Taiwan and U.S. are placed for a meeting between U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce speaks and with Su Chia-chyuan, President of the Legislative Yuan in Taipei, Taiwan March 27, 2018. The United States and Taiwan next week will hold a second session of an economic dialogue launched last year in the face of increasing pressure on the island from China, the State Department said on Friday. After the meeting, Xi warned that supporters in the United States of Taiwanese independence were "playing with fire." A State Department statement said the U.S. under secretary for economic growth, energy and the environment, Jose Fernandez, will lead the second U.S.-Taiwan Economic Prosperity Partnership Dialogue on Monday. It said the dialogue would be conducted under the auspices of the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) and the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office (TECRO) in the United States, which act as respective unofficial embassies.
Persons: Ed Royce, Su Chia, Joe Biden, Xi Jinping, Xi, Jose Fernandez Organizations: . House Foreign, State Department, Department, Taiwan Economic Prosperity, American Institute, Cultural Representative Locations: Taiwan, U.S, Taipei, United States, China
A nonpartisan legal organization published a scathing complaint against attorney John Eastman Tuesday. Eastman penned a January 2021 memo to convince Mike Pence to overturn the 2020 election. See all newslettersA nonpartisan election security nonprofit urged the California Bar Association to investigate John Eastman, a conservative attorney who counseled President Donald Trump. Insider later acquired a six-page version of Eastman's memo, which suggested Pence toss out the results from seven states and then redirect the election to the House of Representatives. A House committee also subpoenaed Eastman earlier this month in connection to its investigation into the Capitol riot.
Persons: John Eastman, Eastman, Mike Pence, Donald Trump, Bob Woodward, Robert Costa, Trump, Pence, Clarence Thomas, Greg Jacob, Jacob, Rudy Giuliani, Giuliani, Insider's Charles Davis Organizations: Capitol, California Bar Association, States United Democracy, Eastman, States United Democracy Center, CNN, Washington Post, House, Representatives, Trump, Chapman University, United Democracy Center, Claremont Institute Locations: California, States
U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai addresses the Geneva Graduate Institute on the role of the World Trade Organization (WTO) in the global economy and U.S. policy priorities ahead of the 12th Ministerial Conference in Geneva, Switzerland October 14, 2021. REUTERS/Denis BalibouseTOKYO, Nov 18 (Reuters) - U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai said the United States may set up a new Asian economic framework with allies and "friendly" nations as early as next year, NHK public television reported on Thursday. The United States and Japan announced on Wednesday a new trade partnership to boost cooperation on labour, environment and digital trade issues, with an emphasis on "third country concerns", a reference to China's state-driven economic policies. "Early next year, we are considering working with countries in the region to set up an economic framework, a framework with countries that share issues," she was quoted as saying. Reporting by Elaine Lies; Editing by Giles ElgoodOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Katherine Tai, Denis Balibouse TOKYO, Donald Trump, Tai, Elaine Lies, Giles Elgood Organizations: Trade, Geneva, Institute, World Trade Organization, Conference, REUTERS, . Trade, NHK, Former U.S, Pacific, Thomson Locations: Geneva, Switzerland, United States, Japan, Tokyo, Asia
Gosar, a staunch Trump ally and hardline conservative, rejected accusations that the video was "dangerous or threatening." Democrats say the action is necessary because House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy has refused to discipline Gosar. A censure is a symbolic reprimand that carries no fines or other penaltiesHouse Republican leaders recommended but did not require their members vote no on the motion. The Republican leader repeatedly described Democrats' actions as "rules for thee but not for me" in arguing against the motion on the House floor. House Democrats stripped firebrand Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene of her committee assignments this year for incendiary remarks that included support for violence against Democrats.
Persons: Paul Gosar, Gregory T, Monahan, Bill Clark, Alexandra Ocasio, Cortez, Joe Biden, Gosar, Ocasio, Donald Trump, Trump, Kevin McCarthy, Liz Cheney, Adam Kinzinger, McCarthy, Nancy Pelosi, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Charles Rangel, David Morgan, Moira Warburton, Scott Malone, Peter Cooney Organizations: States Park Police, . House Natural Resources, Capitol, WASHINGTON, U.S . House, Representatives, Republican, Democratic, U.S, Arizona Republican, Trump, House, firebrand, Democrats, ., Thomson Locations: Washington , U.S, Cortez, United States
Gosar posted an anime video this month that showed him killing Ocasio-Cortez. If the censure measure were adopted, Gosar would be required to stand in the well of the House while the resolution is read. He would also be ejected from the House Natural Resources Committee and the House Oversight and Reform Committee, where he serves alongside Ocasio-Cortez. Democrats say the action is necessary because House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy has refused to discipline Gosar. House Democrats stripped firebrand Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene of her committee assignments this year for incendiary remarks that included support for violence against Democrats.
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U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) speaks to reporters following the Senate Democrats weekly policy lunch at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S., November 16, 2021. REUTERS/Elizabeth Frantz/File PhotoWASHINGTON, Nov 16 (Reuters) - U.S. Senate Democratic Majority Leader Chuck Schumer's plan to attach a measure to boost U.S. competitiveness with China to a massive defense policy bill faces new hurdles in Congress. Schumer said Tuesday he hopes to include USICA as part of the annual National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that will be put on the Senate floor Wednesday. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer said Tuesday he thinks the House should pass its own version of USICA first "and then we can have a conference with the Senate." Once the Senate approves its version of NDAA, Senate and House negotiators will work on a compromise.
Persons: Chuck Schumer, Elizabeth Frantz, Chuck Schumer's, Schumer, Bernie Sanders, Steny Hoyer, Mark Kelly, Kelly, Gina Raimondo, Raimondo, David Shepardson, Leslie Adler Organizations: U.S, Capitol, REUTERS, WASHINGTON, U.S . Senate Democratic, U.S . Innovation, Representatives, National Defense, Senate, U.S . Commerce, Reuters, Thomson Locations: Washington , U.S, China, U.S, United States, NDAA
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez criticized House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy for refusing to condemn Rep. Paul Gosar over a violent anime video he shared. McCarthy denounced a vote to censure Gosar as the "definition of abuse of power." Rather than condemning Gosar over the video, McCarthy said the move to censure him was the "definition of abuse of power." This is not about Rep. Gosar. The comments came ahead of a Wednesday vote to censure Gosar after he posted the video on November 7.
Persons: Alexandria Ocasio, Cortez, Kevin McCarthy, Paul Gosar, McCarthy, Gosar, Ocasio, Joe Biden, Rather, Pelosi, " McCarthy, it's, Biden, Representative Cortez Organizations: Service, WASHINGTON, DC, Democratic, GOP Rep, Arizona Republican, Twitter, Republican, GOP, New York Democrat, Ocasio, Representative Locations: Alexandria, Cortez of New York
The House voted on Wednesday to censure Rep. Paul Gosar and remove him from two committees. See all newslettersJust two Republicans broke with their party and joined every Democrat to censure GOP Rep. Paul Gosar of Arizona and remove him from his committees. The last time the House voted to censure a member was in 2010, when then-Democratic Rep. Charlie Rangel was rebuked over ethics violations. Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene speaks with reporters about the Gosar censure resolution outside the House on November 17, 2021. The GOP is roiling with tension after 13 House Republicans voted for a bipartisan infrastructure bill last week, nine Republicans voted to hold Steve Bannon in contempt of Congress, and 10 Republicans voted to impeach former President Donald Trump in February.
Persons: Paul Gosar, Cheney, Kinzinger, Gosar, David Joyce, Paul Gosar of, Liz Cheney, Adam Kinzinger, David Joyce of Ohio, Alexandria Ocasio, Charlie Rangel, Kevin McCarthy, Harriet Hageman, who's, Trump, Joyce, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Win McNamee, Lauren Boebert, Representative Cortez, Biden, McCarthy, Don Bacon, Bacon, Joe Biden's, Steve Bannon, Donald Trump, Greene, Joe Biden, Dan Crenshaw, Kinzinger shouldn't, Crenshaw Organizations: Republican, GOP, Democratic Rep, Democratic, Associated Press, The, The Wyoming GOP, Twitter, Representative, Republicans, Georgia, House Democrats Locations: Paul Gosar of Arizona, Wyoming, Illinois, Alexandria, Cortez, The Wyoming, Gosar's, Kinzinger, Dan Crenshaw of Texas
The House on Wednesday voted to censure Rep. Paul Gosar and remove him from his committee assignments. The rebuke comes after Gosar posted an anime video edited that showed him killing Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Several House Democrats, including Ocasio-Cortez, expressed their support for the move ahead of Wednesday's vote. Omar also said the censure vote was an issue of workplace safety. The rebuke also comes months after House Democrats voted to strip fellow far-right lawmaker Greene from her committee assignments in February.
Persons: Paul Gosar, Gosar, Alexandria Ocasio, Cortez, Paul Gosar of, Liz Cheney, Adam Kinzinger, David Joyce, Kevin McCarthy, Charlie Rangel, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Lauren Boebert, McCarthy, Anna Moneymaker, Biden, Representative Cortez, Alexander Hamilton, Hamilton, We've, Ilhan Omar, Hakeem Jeffries, Omar, Win McNamee, Nick Fuentes, Fuentes, Ashli Babbitt, Greene Organizations: Republicans, Democrats, Service, Republican, Democratic Rep, GOP, Democratic, , New, Twitter, Capitol, Getty, Ocasio, Representative, Minnesota, America, Political Locations: Alexandria, Paul Gosar of Arizona, Cortez of New York, Washington , DC, Georgia
“Not talking,” Gosar told reporters on Tuesday. Gosar also told Republicans at a closed-door meeting earlier on Tuesday that he does not condone violence, Cole said. House Democrats stripped firebrand Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene here of her committee assignments this year for incendiary remarks that included support for violence against Democrats. But top House Republican Kevin McCarthy has not taken action to punish his own members. Cheney was ousted here as House Republican conference chair in May, and Wyoming Republican leaders voted last weekend to no longer recognize her as a party member, according to a report in the Casper Star-Tribune here.
Persons: Joe Biden, Paul Gosar, Gregory T, Monahan, Bill Clark, Gosar, Alexandria Ocasio, Donald Trump, Cortez, , ” Gosar, Nancy Pelosi, , ” Pelosi, Tom Cole, Cole, ” Cole, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Republican Kevin McCarthy, John Katko, Liz Cheney, Trump's, Cheney, Katko, Mitch McConnell, “ I’m, ” Katko, McCarthy Organizations: WASHINGTON, U.S . House, Representatives, Republican, States Park Police, . House Natural Resources, Capitol, Democratic, U.S . Capitol, Natural Resources, Trump’s “, firebrand, Republicans, House Homeland Security, House Republican, Trump, Katko, Wyoming Republican, Casper Star, Tribune, Reuters Locations: Washington , U.S, Cortez, Trump’s “ America, United States, U.S
Insider this year has identified dozens of lawmakers who have violated the STOCK Act. Democratic Rep. Kim Schrier of Washington was more than two months late disclosing a sizable purchase of Apple Inc. stock, according to her most recent financial disclosure filings. Rep. Kim Schrier, a Democrat of Washington, failed to properly disclose her husband's six-figure Apple stock buy. Sen. Rand Paul, a Republican of Kentucky, is one of dozens of senators and House members found violating the STOCK Act in 2021. They include:Reps. Suzan DelBene of Washington and Lois Frankel of Florida, both Democrats, also appear to have violated the STOCK Act's stock disclosure provision during this year, although their offices say they filed their disclosures on time.
Persons: Schrier, Kim Schrier, David, Libby Carlson, Representatives Forbes, , Sen, Rand Paul, Greg Nash, who've, Suzan, Lois Frankel of, Jon Ossoff, Tom Malinowski, Jeff Merkley, Raja Krishnamoorthi Organizations: Democratic, Apple Inc, Committee, Energy, Commerce, Apple, Representatives, Rep Locations: Washington, Kentucky, Lois Frankel of Florida, Georgia, New Jersey, Oregon, Illinois
There have been claims on social media that the U.S. trucker shortage is fake. Reuters coverage of supply chain issues affecting the West Coast is viewable here and here . Social media posts denying the existence of the trucker shortage can be seen on Facebook here and Twitter here . Reuters coverage documenting the existence of the trucker shortage affecting the U.S. can be seen here and here . Contrary to some claims on social media, there is a truck driver shortage in the United States and according to industry insiders, multiple factors contribute to US supply chain issues.
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His retirement could open an opportunity for Democratic Representative Peter Welch to run for Senate. While it marks a steeper climb for Republicans, mid-term elections generally favor the party that does not hold the White House, where Democratic President Joe Biden resides. U.S. Representative Ann Kirkpatrick of Arizona is also retiring, while U.S. Representative Conor Lamb of Pennsylvania has embarked on a difficult U.S. Senate run. Democrats were buoyed last week by news New Hampshire’s Republican Governor Chris Sununu will run for re-election rather than challenge Democratic U.S. During his years in the Senate, Leahy also staked out a small place in popular culture, appearing in five “Batman” movies.
Persons: Patrick Leahy of, Leahy, Kamala Harris, Nancy Pelosi, Peter Welch, ” Leahy, , Joe Biden, Representative Ann Kirkpatrick, Conor Lamb of, Chris Sununu, Maggie Hassan, Sununu, “ We’re Organizations: WASHINGTON, Democratic U.S, Patrick Leahy of Vermont, Democratic, U.S . Senate, Republicans, Republican, Leahy’s, Leahy’s Vermont Senate, U.S, Representative, Conor Lamb of Pennsylvania, Senate, Representatives, New Locations: , Leahy’s Vermont, Representative Ann Kirkpatrick of Arizona, U.S
China is easing restrictions on foreign ownership of financial services firms because it agreed to do so as part of a trade agreement with the Trump administration. But the country could just as easily bar those firms, said Dick Bove, a veteran banking analyst at Odeon Capital Group. China was America’s largest trading partner for goods last year, with $559.2 billion in goods changing hands between the two nations, according to the Office of the United States Trade Representative. President Biden is scheduled to hold a virtual summit with President Xi Jinping of China on Monday amid friction over trade, cyberthreats and Taiwan, among other issues. Mr. Xi’s “common prosperity” initiative to address the country’s wealth gap, which has put many homegrown tycoons on notice, is also worrisome to foreign companies.
Persons: Trump, Dick Bove, Mr, Bove, ” Banks, Donald J, Biden, Xi Jinping, China’s, Didi, Xi’s Organizations: Odeon Capital, United States Trade Representative, Wall Street, Bankers Locations: China, United States, cyberthreats, Taiwan, Asia, Singapore, Tokyo
Former Trump advisor Steve Bannon surrendered Monday to federal authorities in Washington, D.C., where he faces criminal charges after defying a subpoena from the lawmakers investigating the deadly Capitol invasion. Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., another committee member, on Sunday said a criminal contempt referral for Meadows is already in the works. Bannon was a senior White House advisor during the first seven months of Trump's single term in office. He was fired by Trump years before the 2020 presidential election and the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, which is the subject of the select committee's investigation. The select committee shortly thereafter sent a contempt resolution to the full House of Representatives, which voted 229-209 to hold Bannon in contempt.
Persons: Steve Bannon, White, Donald Trump, Bannon, Biden, Donald Trump's, Joe Biden's, Bennie Thompson, Liz Cheney, Trump, , Mark Meadows —, Adam Schiff, Meadows, Thompson Organizations: U.S, Capitol, Trump, Washington , D.C, White House, Sunday, White, Representatives Locations: Washington, Washington ,
Democrat Beto O'Rourke is running for Texas governor in 2022
  + stars: | 2021-11-15 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +8 min
Former U.S. Representative and presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke speaks during a protest against Texas legislators who are advancing a slew of new voting restrictions in Austin, Texas, May 8, 2021. Democrat Beto O'Rourke is running for governor of Texas, pursuing a blue breakthrough in America's biggest red state after his star-making U.S. Senate campaign in 2018 put him closer than anyone else in decades. In one pronouncement heard far and wide in firearm-friendly Texas, O'Rourke declared: "Hell, yes, we're gonna take your AR-15." Still, the Texas governor enters the race with a $55 million campaign war chest, the biggest of any incumbent governor in the country. "The last thing Texans need is President Biden's radical liberal agenda coming to Texas under the guise of Beto O'Rourke," Abbott spokesman Mark Miner said following O'Rourke's announcement.
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"Our supply chain crisis needs attending to and we cannot wait," Schumer said in a Senate speech announcing that the annual National Defense Authorization Act, or NDAA, would be amended to include the U.S. The Senate passed USICA with a strong bipartisan vote in June, but the measure never received a vote in the House of Representatives. The Senate passed USICA by 68-32. read moreOnce the Senate approves its version of the NDAA, Senate and House negotiators will work on a compromise between the Senate measure and a version of the bill passed by the House earlier this year. That compromise must then pass both the House and Senate before it can be sent to Biden.
Persons: Chuck Schumer, Joe Biden, Leah Millis, Schumer, Biden, Xi Jinping, USICA, Patricia Zengerle, Peter Cooney Organizations: Investment, Jobs, White, REUTERS, U.S . Senate Democratic, National Defense, U.S . Innovation, Representatives, White House, Senate, Biden, Thomson Locations: Washington , U.S, Leah Millis WASHINGTON, China
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States said on Friday it will open talks with Japan that could lead to an easing of tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, a longstanding irritant in trade relations between the two allies. Slideshow ( 2 images )The U.S. Commerce Department and the United States Trade Representative’s Office said the talks were aimed at addressing “global steel and aluminum excess capacity”, restoring market-oriented conditions and preserving critical industries. Japan last week asked the United States to abolish the “Section 232” tariffs imposed by former U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration in 2018. The U.S.-EU deal ended a festering dispute over the Trump-era U.S. steel and aluminum tariffs and averted a spike in EU retaliatory tariffs. The agreement maintains Section 232 tariffs of 25% on steel and 10% aluminum, while allowing “limited volumes” of EU-produced metals into the United States duty-free.
Persons: Donald Trump’s, Gina Raimondo, Katherine Tai, , Myron Brilliant, We’re, Tai, Raimondo, Eiji Hashimoto Organizations: WASHINGTON, United, U.S . Commerce Department, United States Trade Representative’s Office, European Union, EU, Global, U.S, . Trade, U.S . Chamber of Commerce, Trump, Steel Federation Locations: United States, Japan, China, Korea, South Korea, U.S, Europe
Human rights groups say Facebook is stifling an independent report it commissioned to investigate hate speech on its services in India, the company’s largest market by customers and where scrutiny of its operations is increasing. Representatives for the organizations say they have provided extensive input to a U.S. law firm that Facebook commissioned in mid-2020 to undertake the report. The groups say they supplied hundreds of examples of inflammatory content and suggested ways Facebook could better police its services in India.
Organizations: Representatives, Facebook Locations: India
Rep. Paul Gosar responded to outcry over an edited anime parody video he posted to Twitter. The lawmaker said the video was a symbolic portrayal of Congress' battle over immigration policy. "The hero of the cartoon goes after the monster, the policy monster of open borders," the statement said. The "Attack on Titan" parody also featured the Gosar character approaching a figure featuring President Joe Biden's face with his blades drawn. "The hero of the cartoon goes after the monster, the policy monster of open borders."
Persons: Paul Gosar, Joe Biden's, Gosar, Cortez, Biden, Biden's, Gosar's, Representative Cortez Organizations: Twitter, Service, Rep, Democratic, Congress, Representative Locations: Arizona, America
Confident social spending bill will pass: Rep. Himes
  + stars: | 2021-11-10 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailConfident social spending bill will pass: Rep. HimesU.S. Representative Jim Himes discusses the Biden legislative agenda and his views on asset prices and financial stability. He speaks with CNBC's Julianna Tatelbaum on the sidelines of the UBS European Conference.
Persons: Representative Jim Himes, Biden, CNBC's Julianna Tatelbaum Organizations: Himes U.S, Representative, UBS European Conference
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