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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailBiden's NATO presser showed he has no intention of getting out of this race: Axios' Alex ThompsonAlex Thompson, Axios national political correspondent, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss the fallout from Biden's NATO press conference on Thursday, state of the 2024 election, what's next for Biden's embattled campaign, and more.
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Ahead of those meetings, defections in Biden’s Democratic coalition in Congress continued. More than a dozen Democratic House members and at least one Democratic senator have publicly called on Biden to withdraw from his reelection campaign. Speaking with reporters on Friday, Biden campaign communications director Michael Tyler acknowledged “anxiety” from Capitol Hill, but insisted Biden will continue outreach to lawmakers to shore up his support. Biden, for his part, came off as chastened during the news conference and was less defiant than in previous appearances. Biden’s campaign, meanwhile, has bluntly acknowledged the challenges it has faced since his debate performance two weeks ago.
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AdvertisementAccording to The Washington Post, top union leaders have privately expressed concerns about Biden's ability to beat Trump in November. AdvertisementLosing support from laborAccording to Politico's Jonathan Martin, support from the unions is likely Biden's only path to survival against Trump. The AFL-CIO told the Associated Press on Thursday that Biden's "fighting spirit" was on full display during his meeting with union leaders this week. He "wasn't even the Joe Biden of 2020," said Clooney. AdvertisementIf union leaders join the chorus of voices asking Biden to step down, other key supporters may quickly follow.
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"As I have made clear repeatedly publicly and privately, I support President Biden and remain committed to ensuring Donald Trump is defeated in November," Schumer said. Related storiesDuring an interview with MSNBC's "Morning Joe," Pelosi declined to give a firm endorsement of Biden staying in the race. A spokesperson for Pelosi later said in a statement to The Washington Post on the same day that the California congresswoman "fully supports whatever President Biden decides to do." AdvertisementRepresentatives for Pelosi and Biden didn't immediately respond to requests for comment from BI sent outside regular business hours. "It's time to come together, move forward as a unified party, and defeat Donald Trump," the letter continued.
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There’s one leader who would, though, if he felt moved to intervene in the Democratic Party’s current pickle concerning President Biden. And he is the rare leader Mr. Biden might just listen to: Chuck Schumer. We know Mr. Schumer is feeling a bit twitchy about the situation. Mr. Schumer speaks not just for himself, but for the chamber’s Democratic caucus, to which Mr. Biden proudly belonged for so many years. His leadership style relies on consensus building, and as yet there is nothing approaching consensus among Democrats about whether Mr. Biden should be pressured to leave the race.
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The GOP-led House Oversight Committee issued subpoenas Wednesday for three White House aides, requesting depositions to discuss President Joe Biden's cognitive state. The subpoenas, first reported by Axios, are for first lady Jill Biden's senior adviser Anthony Bernal, White House deputy chief of staff Annie Tomasini and White House senior adviser Ashley Williams. "President Biden is clearly unfit for office, yet his staff are trying to hide the truth from the American people," he added. When reached for comment, White House spokesperson Ian Sams criticized Comer and called the subpoenas a "baseless political stunt intended for him to get media attention instead of engage in legitimate oversight." The three aides were previously asked to appear before the committee as part of the Biden classified documents investigation, but the committee says the White House blocked their appearances.
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Read previewSen. Michael Bennet of Colorado came closer than any other Democratic senator has yet to calling for President Joe Biden to bow out of the presidential race. Bennet told Collins he was there to confirm publicly that he doesn't think Biden can win. "Donald Trump is on track, I think, to win the election, and maybe win it by a landslide, and take with him the Senate and the House," Bennet said. In a statement provided to Business Insider, Biden campaign spokesperson Kevin Munoz defended the president's commitment to beating Trump in November. The campaign also noted the many expressions of support Biden has received from House and Senate Democrats since the debate.
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Microsoft has given up its observer role on OpenAI's board, per a letter reported by outlets including Axios. Apple is not expected to take up a similar observer role, The Financial Times reported. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementMicrosoft and Apple might have made a play to assuage antitrust regulators over their involvement with OpenAI. Microsoft has now relinquished its role as an observer on OpenAI's board, while Apple will not take up a similar spot, according to reports by outlets including The Financial Times.
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Read previewPresident Joe Biden canceled an early evening meeting with the German chancellor Olaf Scholz at the last minute because he had to go to bed, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal. According to the report, the chancellor and his aides were surprised by Biden's absence and Blinken's appearance. Related storiesThe Journal report said that the White House has consistently reduced Biden's daily schedule and shielded him from impromptu meetings. AdvertisementBoth CNN and The New York Times have reported that Biden told governors he needed to get more sleep and stop holding events after 8 p.m. The White House has not responded to these claims.
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Read previewNobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz told Business Insider in a June interview the US economy is "remarkably strong." "I think general consensus, not just my view, but almost anybody modeling what is going on would say the Trump administration would be more inflationary," Stiglitz told BI. Related storiesStiglitz noted Trump's promise of large increases in tariffs as one of the things that could make inflation worse. A third factor that could juice inflation would be the "drastic reductions in immigration" that Trump has proposed, Stiglitz said. AdvertisementOutside of the risks to inflation, Stiglitz said a Trump presidency could also mean a slowing GDP.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailDonors and lawmakers weren't satisfied with what President Biden had to say: Axios' Mike AllenMike Allen, Axios co-founder, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss the state of the 2024 presidential race, the fallout from President Biden's ABC interview, increasing calls for Biden to quit his re-election campaign, and more.
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Read previewFor months, Democrats have rallied behind President Joe Biden, insisting that in private moments he's energetic and up for the job. "Joe Biden had one thing he had to do tonight, and he didn't do it," McCaskill said. Thomas FriedmanThomas Friedman, a journalist and close friend of Biden, said in an opinion piece that the president should step aside. Nicholas KristofNicholas Kristof, a New York Times columnist, addressed Biden directly in an opinion piece, calling on him to step down. Paul KrugmanPaul Krugman, a New York Times opinion columnist, said he "very reluctantly" joined others in calling on Biden to step aside.
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After Biden’s lackluster performance last week, some are questioning whether the White House press corps dropped the ball on fully covering Biden’s limitations. Nearly every media outlet has reported on growing concerns about Biden’s age well before the debate. Several White House reporters told CNN that the coverage of Biden’s age and his mental stamina should have pushed harder. The White House press shop has also been very “aggressive” and “fairly successful” in mitigating coverage of concerns over the president’s age, said another White House reporter who works for a different publication. “I think the press, most of the White House press, did suffer from a bit of lack of curiosity,” one of the reporters said.
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Biden's aides defended his debate performance, citing his limited optimal hours, Axios said. Biden performs best between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., aides told the publication. Some blamed his poor performance on over-preparation by aides, according to the Washington Post. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementJoe Biden's aides have defended his poor debate performance, saying he struggles to function outside a six-hour window during the day, according to Axios.
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Read previewPresident Joe Biden's aides have defended his debate performance, treating it as an unimportant one-off in a long campaign. According to The New York Times, the president's aides are trying to cast Biden's performance — branded by many as a disaster — as insignificant in the long run. Related storiesIronically, Biden's aides also appeared to blame the president's age when discussing his debate performance with Axios. "But I know what I do know — I know how to tell the truth ... "By framing Biden's performance as a 'blip,' campaign surrogates are trying to reset expectations.
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CNN —The United States has proposed new language to bridge gaps in discussions for a ceasefire and hostage deal between Israel and Hamas, a senior US administration official said Friday. But dashing hopes for a breakthrough, earlier this month Hamas responded to the Israeli proposal with further amendments. The US is pushing Egypt and Qatar to press Hamas to accept the change in language, according to Ravid. Jack Guez/AFP/Getty ImagesThe second phase of the proposal has been a source of disagreement in the months-long negotiation between Israel and Hamas. The total number of Palestinians killed in Gaza since Oct. 7 is now 37,834, while the number of injuries has risen to 86,858.
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Read previewNobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz told Business Insider the US economy is "remarkably strong." "I think general consensus, not just my view, but almost anybody modeling what is going on would say the Trump administration would be more inflationary," Stiglitz told BI. AdvertisementStiglitz noted Trump's promise of large increases in tariffs as one of the things that could make inflation worse. AdvertisementA third factor that could juice inflation would be the "drastic reductions in immigration" that Trump has proposed, Stiglitz said. Outside of the risks to inflation, Stiglitz said a Trump presidency could also mean a slowing GDP.
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Asked whether Biden would exit the race, Biden campaign spokesperson Seth Schuster responded: “No.”“There’s no basis for that,” one Biden adviser also told CNN Friday morning. The Biden campaign will hold an all-staff meeting Friday afternoon, two Biden campaign officials told CNN, part of what they said is a routine pattern of Friday meetings. “It’s hard to debate a liar,” Biden told patrons at an Atlanta-area Waffle House following the debate. Big lies.”Pro-Biden political world fretsIn the broader pro-Biden and anti-Trump political universe, the panic over Biden’s debate performance was much clearer on Friday morning. God.”The veterans of Obama’s administration who launched the “Pod Save America” series of podcasts popular with liberal listeners also lamented Biden’s performance.
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Read previewFor months, Democrats have rallied behind President Joe Biden, insisting that in private moments he is energetic and up for the job. David AxelrodDavid Axelrod, a former Obama staffer, said the GOP will be in trouble if another Democrat replaces Biden as the nominee. He confronted the question on nearly every Democrat's mind: whether Biden should drop out of the race. The Pod GuysThough typically loyal to Biden, the hosts of the hugely popular podcast are saying that Biden should, at the very least, consider stepping aside. Kristof implored the president to leave his successor in the hands of delegates at the Democratic National Convention.
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Michelle Obama also appeared to mention Buhle in her own book, writing that she still takes regular walks with her friend Kathleen. AdvertisementThough Michelle Obama did repost President Biden's campaign announcement on Twitter in 2023, she hasn't tweeted about the election since. In 2018, Michelle Obama launched a nonpartisan voter engagement organization, When We All Vote, where she has since focused much of her political energy. "Mrs. Obama has already said she supports President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris' campaign," Crystal Carson, the communications director for Michelle Obama, said in a statement. There may be some precedent to Michelle Obama getting involved later in the election cycle.
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CX employees must now live within 60 miles of one of seven "hubs" — Atlanta, Salt Lake City, Reno, Dallas, Austin, Chicago, or Pittsburgh. AdvertisementPatagonia verified the details of the announcement to BI, confirming that 90 of 255 CX staff in the US were affected. Both employees BI spoke to said they were accepting the severance and did not know anyone who was considering relocation. AdvertisementPatagonia spokesperson Corley Kenna told BI several employees had already indicated they would relocate. Advertisement"The reality is that our CX team has been running at 200% to 300% overstaffed for much of this year," Kenna told BI.
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Yet 16 Nobel Prize-winning economists are warning that Trump’s proposals wouldn’t just fail to fix inflation — they would make matters worse. “We the undersigned are deeply concerned about the risks of a second Trump administration for the US economy,” the economists wrote in the Tuesday letter, which was first reported by Axios. The letter, organized by famed economist Joseph Stiglitz, argued there are valid reasons to worry the Trump agenda will “reignite” inflation. Republican presidential candidate former President Donald Trump speaks at the Road to Majority conference in Washington, Saturday, June 22, 2024. Jae C. Hong/Pool/APIn the letter, the 16 Nobel economists expressed concern about the rule of law and stability if Trump wins the White House again.
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Sixteen Nobel Prize-winning economists signed a joint letter Tuesday warning of what they see as economic risks if former President Donald Trump were to serve a second term, including reheated inflation. "While each of us has different views on the particulars of various economic policies, we all agree that Joe Biden's economic agenda is vastly superior to Donald Trump's," the economists wrote. "There is rightly a worry that Donald Trump will reignite this inflation, with his fiscally irresponsible budgets," wrote the group of politically progressive academics. Joseph Stiglitz, who won the Nobel Prize in 2001, led the effort to publish Tuesday's letter. "Nonpartisan researchers, including at Evercore, Allianz, Oxford Economics, and the Peterson Institute, predict that if Donald Trump successfully enacts his agenda, it will increase inflation," the economists wrote.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailAxios' Juliegrace Brufke on expectations for Thursday's presidential debateAxios Capitol Hill reporter Juliegrace Brufke, joins 'Squawk Box' to preview the 2024 presidential debate this week, how Joe Biden and Donald Trump are preparing for the debate, state of the 2024 race, and more.
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CNN —US envoy Amos Hochstein told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a meeting on Tuesday in Israel that his public comments this week that the US is “withholding weapons and ammunitions to Israel” were “unproductive” and “more importantly, completely untrue,” a senior US official told CNN. A spokesperson for the US Embassy in Israel confirmed that Lew spoke with Netanyahu on Tuesday. The meeting reflected the administration’s mounting frustration with the Israeli leader’s comments. Hochstein’s comments to Netanyahu weren’t the first time US officials have pushed back in private against public comments made by Netanyahu, but some US officials would like the Biden administration to go further, an administration official said. “In the meantime, meetings with Israeli officials are being held throughout the week at expert and senior levels on a range of topics.
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