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BIDEN: "I'll take your questions and as usual, folks, they gave me a list of the people I'm going to call on"

@ABC  News' @rachelvscott  to Russian Pres. Putin: "The list of your political opponents who are dead, imprisoned or jailed is long...and you have now prevented anyone who supports [Alexey Navalny] to run for office. "So my question is, Mr. President: what are you so afraid of?"

Biden appears to have 'cheat sheet' at summit meeting with Putin

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"The right to vote is a given, all citizens have the right to vote," Vice Pres. Harris says as she meets with Texas State Democrats on voting rights. "What we are seeing are examples of an attempt to interfere with that right... a right that has already been given."

I find Putins false equivalency between the violent insurrectionists who attacked the US Capitol and Navalny‘ s peaceful anti-corruption organization to be really offensive.

Indian Army doctors saved the lives of a mother & her child by performing complex surgery in Arunachal Pradesh's Dahung area: Gajraj Corps, Indian Army

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Asked about Putin defending his assault on @navalny  and the opposition by citing the 1/6 attack and BLM, Biden calls that a “ridiculous comparison.”

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@PresElectBiden : "How would it be if the United States were viewed by the rest of the world as interfering with the elections directly of other countries and everybody knew it? What would it be like if we engaged in activities that he engaged in? It diminishes the standing of a country."

One small gesture by soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly cost Coca-Cola $4B in market shares. On Monday, the soccer star sat down for a press conference ahead of Portugal's Euro match vs. Hungary, and moved two bottles of Coke away from his seat.

Biden says he gave Putin a list of 16 areas of critical infrastructure that "should be off-limits" for cyberattacks, including the energy sector and water supply He says they agreed to have experts in their countries "work on specific understandings about what's off-limits"

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