I reaffirmed UK support for Ukraine’s sovereignty & territorial integrity in my call with @DmytroKuleba today. We are gravely concerned about Russian military activity which threatens Ukraine #CrimeaisUkraine
Sunak steals my rhetoric but no substance. Working people hit by income tax rise as thresholds frozen, council tax rise, pay freeze for public sector workers, cliff edge cut in Universal Credit in months, nothing for disabled on legacy benefits and over 2 million still excluded.
🇺🇸 So, within a month of @JoeBiden becoming President and the 🇺🇸 returns to the old Obama/Bush formula of 💣 Syria 🇸🇾 and encouraging sectarianism amongst Shia tribes in Basra 🇮🇶 .. The 🇺🇸 peace deal with the TALIBAN in 🇦🇫 is gone too..#NayabChohanLIVE
I am very concerned by last night’s strike by U.S. forces in Syria. The president has the responsibility to keep Americans safe, but for too long administrations of both parties have interpreted their authorities in an extremely expansive way to continue war. This must end. pic.twitter.com/AnU2On6QC1
Today is a reminder, a painful one, that democracy is fragile. To preserve it requires people of good will, leaders with the courage to stand up, who are devoted not to pursuit of power and personal interest at any cost, but to the common good.
Some people ask: Why would you impeach and convict a president who has only a few days left in office? The answer: Precedent. It must be made clear that no president, now or in the future, can lead an insurrection against the U.S. government.