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# Joe Biden

Last week
17th September 2023 - 23rd September 2023
Joe Biden asked Varadkar if there was any way he could help around UK's Legacy Bill issues
Taoiseach raised concerns about NI with Biden last night.
Biden warns against appeasing Russia as Zelensky takes UN stage
The US President said the United Nations must take a stand against Russia’s “naked aggression”.
This month
September 2023
Larry Donnelly: Could Elvis’s cousin, a Democrat, be Mississippi’s next governor?
Our columnist looks at Elvis’ cousin who’s running in Mississippi and could prove to be a dark horse.
Top House Republican gives go-ahead for impeachment investigation into Joe Biden
Kevin McCarthy has been under pressure from the right-wing of the party to open the inquiry.
US prosecutors seeking new indictment for Hunter Biden before end of September
The exact charges the president’s son would face were not immediately clear.
US first lady Jill Biden tests positive for Covid-19
President Joe Biden was tested for the virus but his results were negative.
Last month
August 2023
Putin expresses 'condolences' over plane crash thought to have killed Yevgeny Prigozhin
Yevgeny Prigozhin was on the passenger list of a fatal private plane crash in Russia yesterday.
Reacting to the death, US president Joe Biden said there's "not much that happens in Russia" without president Vladimir Putin's involvement.
Russia's Investigative Committee has launched a criminal case, examining a 'violation of traffic safety rules' around the crash.
Mercenary leader believed dead went from hotdog seller to enemy of Kremlin
‘A murderer who won’t be missed’: Was the death of the Wagner leader inevitable?
US president Joe Biden had warned Yevgeny Prigozhin to be ‘careful’ of poisoning after his Wagner group staged a mutiny in Russia.
President Higgins sends condolences to Biden after ‘tragic loss of life’ in Hawaii wildfires
Devastating wildfires ripped through the western part of Maui, killing at least 115 people.
Judge approves $200,000 bond for Trump in racketeering case as deadline looms
Trump and the other co-defendants have until noon on Friday to turn themselves in to be booked.
Hawaii wildfires: Death toll reaches 106 as Biden to visit on Monday
The blaze that swept into centuries-old Lahaina last week destroyed nearly every building in the town of 13,000.
US Justice Dept names special counsel to probe Hunter Biden's business deals
Hunter Biden has come under investigation in Congress over business deals he did in China, Ukraine and elsewhere.
Man suspected of threatening President Biden shot and killed by FBI
Special agents were trying to serve a warrant on the home of Craig Deleeuw Robertson when the shooting happened, the FBI said in a statement.
Special counsel obtained search warrant for Donald Trump’s Twitter account, court documents show
The details were included in a decision from the federal appeals court in Washington.
Larry Donnelly: This Trump indictment is explosive - it makes for chilling reading
The Boston lawyer and law lecturer says the case against Trump is no joke but neither is the support he continues to receive.
This year
Hunter Biden denies two tax charges as plea deal unravels
He was charged for failing to pay more than $100,000 in taxes.
Biden takes tea and talks climate with Britain's King Charles III during brief UK visit
The US president also met with British prime minister Rishi Sunak ahead of a Nato leaders’ summit.
Larry Donnelly: One man in the pub wore a T-shirt that read 'Trump 2024 - no more bullshit'
Our columnist is visiting friends in Cape Cod and taking the political temperature in the US.
Biden voices confidence he will meet Xi Jinping soon despite 'dictators' jab
US President Joe Biden rejected “this theory that the relationship with China is collapsing”
Biden’s son charged with failing to pay income tax and illegally possessing weapon
The 53-year-old has reached an agreement with the US Justice Department.
Biden: No easy path for Ukraine to join NATO alliance
The comments come before NATO leaders are set to meet in Lithuania next month.
Larry Donnelly: Can 'Teflon Don' weather this storm and who's best placed to challenge him?
Our columnist looks at the latest legal moves against Trump and assesses his main challengers for the nomination.
Sunak and Biden announce 'Atlantic Declaration' to strengthen US-UK economic ties
The world leaders hope the partnership will boost industry ties on defense and renewable energy.
British PM Rishi Sunak announces UK will host first global AI summit ahead of talks with Biden
Sunak will raise the issue of artificial intelligence regulation with Joe Biden when they meet in the White House tomorrow.
Joe Biden says he ‘got sandbagged’ after falling at military graduation event
Donald Trump said he hoped that Biden wasn’t hurt after his fall, but also labelled it “not inspiring”.
US Senate gives final approval to debt ceiling deal
The package negotiated between Mr Biden and Mr McCarthy leaves neither Republicans nor Democrats fully pleased with the outcome.
Joe Biden trips and tumbles on stage after delivering address at military academy
The White House said the US president is ‘fine’.
Biden 'hopeful' that US national debt deal 'very close'
The deadline for a deal was moved from 1 June to 5 June.
'Tina Turner was raw': Tributes to the legendary Queen of Rock and Roll
Prominent figures from all over the world, including musicians who worked alongside her, have paid tribute to Tina Turner.
Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy hold 'productive' debt ceiling talks but no deal yet
Republicans are insisting that averting a default must be paired with deep cuts to bring down the country’s €29.4 trillion debt.
US set to unveil 'significant' new sanctions on Russia at G7 summit in Hiroshima
Over three days, leaders will try to forge a united front on Russia, China and a host of other issues.
Larry Donnelly: In spite of Donald Trump's disastrous week, he still appears unsinkable
Our columnist looks at the turbulent week for the former US president and asks if his reputation is truly damaged this time.
Joe Biden says he came to Ireland to make sure 'the Brits didn't screw around'
The US President was referring to Britain’s commitments to Northern Ireland.
Trump calls Biden 'an incompetent person' as he plays golf in Doonbeg
The former US president is visiting his Clare resort.
Biden shrugs off age concerns after announcing re-election bid, saying 'I feel good'
Speaking to reporters at the White House, he also stressed he knows Trump well and “the danger he presents to our democracy”.
US President Joe Biden confirms bid for second term and speaks of battle with 'MAGA extremists'
In a tweet, Biden urged voters to give him more time to “finish the job”.
'Stay tuned': US President Joe Biden expected to announce bid for second term tomorrow
Multiple US media reports, citing unnamed sources, say the move will come early tomorrow in a video address.
Govt agrees to deploy Army Ranger Wing to help Irish citizens leave Sudan
Joe Biden has called for an “immediate and unconditional ceasefire”.
Analysis: Can Ireland tackle climate change without a credible medium or long-term plan?
Assistant Professor in climate law, Dr Orla Kelleher looks at Ireland’s record on climate and finds we’re coming up short.
Donald Trump set to visit Ireland next month
It will come just weeks after his successor Joe Biden visited here.