Democrat Senator Chris Coons of Delaware warned House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to consider the risk of "escalating tensions with China" if she took her planned trip to Taiwan to highlight human rights abuses.

"According to Coons, Pelosi’s trip could lead to 'a significant distraction' should the United States end up 'in an escalatory situation around Taiwan and its status,'" reported Breitbart.

"I have great respect for the Speaker and her long record of leadership in foreign affairs, and I trust that she’ll consult closely with the Biden administration and make the right choice," said Coons.

"At this moment, it could be a significant distraction if we ended up in an escalatory situation around Taiwan and its status, but I have confidence that the speaker will do the right thing in this moment," he added.

"But in your judgment, senator, better for the speaker to hold off, at least for now, on that visit to Taiwan?” Coons was asked by MSNBC co-host Willie Geist.

"You know, I think she needs to weigh the input that she gets from the administration, from the president, from our intelligence community," Coons answered. "I do think it risks escalating tensions with China, but I also respect the ways that the speaker over and over has highlighted human rights abuses within China and has stood up for the rights of people in the Indo-Pacific region broadly."

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America's Opioid crisis can be added to the list of ways President Biden has failed Americans.

Most Americans do not think President Joe Biden has done enough to fight the opioid crisis in the country, according to a Rasmussen Reports survey.

"Forty percent of those surveyed said abuse of opioid drugs is a 'major problem' in the area they live, and 44 percent said the crisis has gotten 'worse' over the last year under Biden’s leadership," reported Breitbart.

"When asked if the Biden administration is doing enough to fight the opioid drug crisis, 56 percent said 'no,' followed by 25 percent who are not sure and 19 percent who said 'yes,'" reports Breitbart.

"A majority of Republicans and independents, 74 percent and 58 percent, respectively, do not believe Biden has done enough to fight the problem, and a plurality of Democrats, 39 percent, agree with that sentiment," according to Breitbart.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has frequently pointed out that fentanyl is the leading cause of death for people ages 18-45.

"Where is the fentanyl coming into the country from? Ninety-five percent of its coming from the U.S. Mexico border," DeSantis said.

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Republican Senator John Kennedy of Louisiana blasted President Joe Biden for his Bidenflation, calling it a "cancer on the American dream."

"Kennedy weighed in on the record-high inflation, which he argued was 'a direct result' of President Joe Biden’s policies," reports Breitbart.

"After 18 months, we know what President Biden stands for," Kennedy said.

"If you don’t know by now, you are as thick as a brick. He believes in bigger government, higher taxes, more spending, more debt, more regulation, open borders, a weaker military and turning cops into social workers. And those policies have hurt the American people deeply," said Kennedy.

"But in no respect, none, has President Biden hurt the American people more than in their pocketbooks," he added. "And I’m talking about inflation. Inflation, which is a direct result of the president’s policies, is a cancer on the American Dream. And it is rampant. It is unrestrained."

Kennedy said the fix to Biden's inflation crisis is "pretty straightforward."

"He called on the Federal Reserve to 'stop spending.' He also suggested reducing the deficit, freezing all federal proposed federal regulations, returning to energy independence, and extending the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act to lower inflation," according to Breitbart.

"If you do those things, in my judgment, inflation will start to abate in a matter of months. And if you don’t do them, we are just going to continue to be face down in the desert," he warned.

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Even the New York Times is finally admitting it:

Hunter Biden needs to be investigated.

When that happens, you know things have gotten bad for the Biden family.

Columnist Thomas Friedman recently appeared on CNBC's "Squawk Box."

While there, host Joe Kernen has a question for Friedman:

"In your view, would you say there’s been a reluctance for major media outlets to pursue that story and is that OK, do you think? …Do you feel it’s important that we follow the evidence here to see where it all leads, whether the president’s son benefitted from influence peddling or whether even the president himself may have benefitted, President Biden himself, from influence peddling? Is it a story?"

"Absolutely," Friedman said. "You pursue these stories unto their innermost parts. I know The New York Times felt it didn’t pursue it originally as much as it wanted to; then it followed up, as I recall. I’m not an expert on the story, but, yeah, I’m all for getting to the truth wherever it leads."

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Even in states that didn't belong to him in 2020, Donald Trump is popular right now.

Take Arizona for instance. The Grand Canyon State was one of the shocks of 2020 when it turned blue and voted for Joe Biden to be the President of the United States of America.

State 48 seems to have come back to its senses since then, as Donald Trump's endorsements are all leading their races in Arizona just days before the state's Republican primary.

Senate candidate Blake Masters, candidate for governor Kari Lake, and candidate for secretary of state Mark Finchem have all been endorsed by Donald Trump.

They are also all the current favorites win their respective races.

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America's economy is so bad right now, it even fits Nancy Pelosi's definition of a recession.

Despite the reports that America's GDP has fallen for two straight quarters being the literal definition of a recession, Joe Biden's White House doesn't seem to agree.

Instead of take responsibility and work toward solutions for the problems that are plaguing our nation, Joe Biden is more fixated on trying to convince Americans that there isn't a problem in the first place.

Florida's Ron DeSantis described Biden's strategy as "gaslighting."

Even Nancy Pelosi knows that a recession is defined by at least two quarters of negative growth.

We have the video to prove it:

Nancy Pelosi in July 2008: The “technical definition of recession” is two quarters of negative growth pic.twitter.com/JNhzNbgTXa

— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) July 29, 2022

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It's literally been years, but CNN is finally admitting that they were wrong.

For the first time ever, CNN broadcast the truth about Hunter Biden's laptop on live television.

This comes after denying that the laptop belonged to little Hunter for the last 24 months or so.

Here's then-CNN chief Jeff Zucker giving his opinion on the laptop back in 2020:

"I do think, on the Breitbart, New York Post, Fox News rabbit hole of Hunter Biden which I don’t think anybody outside of that world understood. Last night, the Wall Street Journal reported that their review of all corporate records, showed no role for Joe Biden on the Chinese deal. And yes, I do put more credibility in the Wall Street Journal than I do in The New York Post."

Looking back on it, knowing how wrong he was, it's no wonder it took CNN so long to get their head out of the sand.

What caused it?

Could it be that CNN is finally abandoning Biden, realizing that further praise of him only hurts their credibility?

If Biden will no longer be getting protected by the media, he could be in for a long next two years...

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A recent poll found that Americans would choose Donald Trump over Joe Biden in a hypothetical 2024 matchup, and the results aren't really even that close.

The Premise Poll found that 53% of voters would pick Donald Trump while just 47% would select Joe Biden.

Even if Donald Trump wasn't the Republican nominee, the results of this poll stayed the same.

Subbing Florida Governor Ron DeSantis in for Trump produced the same hypothetical result for 2024: A six-point Republican win.

Despite DeSantis' strength against Biden, a matchup pitting Trump against DeSantis was won easily by the Donald.

2024 National Republican Primary Poll:

Trump 79% (+58)
Pence 21%
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Trump 64% (+28)
DeSantis 36%

The Premise Poll ~ 155 Adults ~ 7/15-7/16https://t.co/LiA5h6EiK0

— PollTracker (@PollTrackerUSA) July 28, 2022

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Prince Harry might be most well-known in America for looking like NFL quarterback Carson Wentz.

Carson Wentz takes his helmet off...it was Prince Harry the whole time!! #PHIvsJAX pic.twitter.com/Xdi4OsJTBZ

— Elisabeth Schendel (@lis_ashlee) October 28, 2018

Other than that, thanks to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito, Harry's well-known here for attempting to stick his British shnoz into America's abortion debate.

Prince Harry wasn't the only European leader sinking their horrifying teeth into America's affairs.

Alito also called out Boris Johnson, Emmanuel Macron, Justin Trudeau, and other foreigners.

Who Asked? Boris, Macron, European Leaders Rush to Condemn Roe v Wade Ruling on Abortionhttps://t.co/cXyAAlSx9U

— Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) June 25, 2022

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Half of Americans in a new Suffolk University/USA Today poll agreed that the U.S. is currently in a recession, even though the Biden administration is saying otherwise.

While half thought the country is in a recession, another 15% think the U.S. is in a depression. Only 9% think the economy is in recovery.

Public opinion seems to agree with economic numbers, which say that GDP declined 0.9% in the second quarter, the second consecutive quarter of decline.

The National Bureau of Economic Research officially determines when the U.S. is in recession, and generally takes several months after the start of one to do so.

A recession would probably be very bad for Democrats' election hopes in the midterm elections, which is why Biden is denying it, but ignoring reality is not likely to help them much either.

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