But now, there’s a tough, new, eyebrow-raising law on the books [in New York City].
And it makes calling someone an “illegal alien” in a “hateful” way — well, illegal.
— Lifezette, September 28, 2019
Joe Biden’s presidential campaign is sick of Rudy Giuliani’s television appearances and wants them to stop.
In a letter sent Sunday to top executives, producers and anchors at the broadcast and cable news networks, two key Biden advisors pressed the outlets to stop booking Giuliani, who has appeared frequently in the last few weeks to allege Biden and his son, Hunter Biden, of a pay-for-play in Ukraine.
On April 16, 2014, White House records show that Devon Archer, Hunter Biden’s business partner, made a private visit to the White House for a meeting with Vice President Joe Biden. Five days later, on April 21, Joe Biden landed in Kiev for a series of high-level meetings with Ukrainian officials.
Soon the United States and the International Monetary Fund would be pumping more than $1 billion into the Ukrainian economy, as I wrote in the New York Post.