Trump Claims a Bid at the 2024 Presidential Election would "Make some People Very Happy"
Uniic Media Newsletter - Thursday - Sept. 8th, 2022
Antony Blinken Announces another round of Military Aid to Ukraine in Visit to Kyiv
Today Antony Blinken, the United States Secretary of State, made an unannounced visit to Ukraine’s capital of Kyiv. While there, he presented the United States earlier Christmas present in the form of another $2 Billion military aid round. In a meeting with senior Ukrainian officials, Blinken detailed plans of financing and the previous warning given to Congress.
According to Blinken and some other officials familiar with the funding, $1 Billion will go directly to Ukraine and the other $1 Billion will be split among countries such as Croatia, Estonia, Georgia, the Czech Republic, Albania, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Greece, Latvia, Kosovo, Moldova, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Romania, Poland, Slovenia, and Slovakia. The goal is to help “deter and defend against emergent threats to their sovereignty and territorial integrity.”
Will Kevin McCarthy and the Democrats set aside Differences if the GOP takes Control of the House?
For much of this year, President Biden and the Democrats have ruthlessly vilified Kevin McCarthy, and if the GOP takes back control of the House during midterms, it would leave the country with the worst relationship between the House and the sitting president. There continues to be a worsening polarization within the United States with visible open hostility and more which can become what some say is “combustible” come January.
“They’re going to have to retool their approach. Unless they are comfortable with, you know, continuing an adversarial relationship, I would think it would be in their interest to at least establish more of a conciliatory tone and a rapport,” said Rick Crawford, outlining the issue many people have that both the Republicans and Democrats are pledging “they must apologize first.”
For now, many people are in hope that Kevin McCarthy will become some form of ally with Joe Biden in hopes that the president and his administration has some hopes of passing meaningful legislation within the next two years.
Israeli Air Strikes Damage Airport, leaving it Once Again Shut Down to Traffic
A Syrian airport was the scene of an Israeli air strike that left massive craters on the facility’s runway. The damage caused the airfield to be closed after traffic through the airfield had already been completely halted and also limited. The strike on the Aleppo International Airport comes as Israel strikes the “Iranian weapons shipments into Syria to support its long-embattled President Bashar Assad in his country’s grinding war.”
Gas Prices Will Fall as Refiners plan to Refill Distilleries
According to analysts and traders, some wholesale gas prices will continue to drop in the next few months due to the overproduction of fuel in order to rebuild low storage facilities made up of diesel and heating oil. The United States and its inventories of distillate products are currently sitting at the lowest levels in more than a decade with the continuing struggle of margins to make these products remain high due to the heavy European demand.
In general, gasoline demand has been high in the United States but will drop a bit due to the driving season coming to an end. Earlier this year, United States Independent Refiners mentioned that they would run at high rates, even if the demand tanked in order to refill inventories.
Donald Trump claims “Everyone wants me to Run” for the 2024 Presidential Election
As midterms are just around the corner, many people have wondered when Donald Trump would make his announcement for another bid at the 2024 presidential election. Some have even pondered the thought: Would he even run again? Well, according to an interview with NDTV, Trump may have dropped another hint for his potential 2024 run as he said “ Everyone wants me to run. I am leading in the polls. In every poll, in Republican polls and in Democratic polls, and I will make a decision in the very near future, I suspect. And I think that a lot of people are going to be very happy.”