Biden Uses State of The Union to Condemn Russia While Working to Ease Fears on Inflation

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WASHINGTON DC, March 2, 2022 ~ President Biden gave his first State of The Union address Tuesday, as Russia persists in the largest European military conflict since World War II. The speech lead with a condemnation of the autocratic state’s actions in Ukraine, which drew unilateral praise from both sides of the aisle.

What I thought was so inspiring last night was the unity in support of Ukrainians … and supporting their fight for freedom and democracy,” Senator Debbie Stabenow told 760 WJR’s Tom Jordan and Kevin Dietz.

We are fortunate to have a strong seasoned team right now in The White House who knows what they’re doing on this, and they’re being recognized by everyone … and it’s a real bipartisan moment.”

Get reactions on the State of the Union from Michigan to Washington and beyond, here:

PODCASTS:


March 2, 2022 ~ Senator Debbie Stabenow recaps the State of the Union with Kevin and Tom.


March 2, 2022 ~ Senator Gary Peters recaps the State of the Union and what is going on in Ukraine with Kevin and Tom.


March 2, 2022 ~ Founder of Public Private Strategies and former National Business Advisor to President Biden during his 2020 campaign Rhett Buttle recaps the State of the Union with Kevin and Tom.


March 2, 2022 ~ RNC Spokesperson Paris Dennard recaps the President‘s State of the Union with Kevin and Tom.


March 2, 2022 ~ Roshink Rakumar recaps Congresswoman Rashida Talib‘s response to the State of the Union with Kevin and Tom.


March 2, 2022 ~ Republican Congressman Tim Walberg talks to Chris about President Biden‘s State of the Union address.


March 2, 2022 ~ University of Michigan Director of Debate Aaron Kall analyzes President Biden‘s State of the Union speech and he tells Chris it won’t go into the books as one of the best speeches ever given.

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