An Easter bunny asks Joe Biden to move away from journalists from during the White House Easter roll.
A staffer dressed as the Easter bunny stepped in to stop Joe Biden from answering a question on Afghanistan during the White House Easter egg roll.
In a video shared online that has since gone viral, the US president can be seen beginning to answer the reporter’s enquiry before being cut off.
“Pakistan should not and Afghanistan should be - people should be free,” Biden said before he was quickly waved away by the huge bunny.
According to the New York Post, he was rushed away to kick off another round of the egg-rolling competition.
On the other hand, Biden is not planning to visit Kyiv, despite Ukraine's Volodymyr Zelensky urging him to demonstrate US support for the fight against Russia by traveling to the embattled capital, the White House said Monday.
"There's no plans for the president to go. Let me just reiterate that," Press Secretary Jen Psaki told reporters.
A string of European leaders have made the trip to Kyiv and met with Zelensky.
Frerichs, a 59-year-old US Navy veteran from Lombard, Illinois, who worked in Afghanistan for a decade on development projects. He was kidnapped a month before the February 2020 US troop pullout deal was signed.
Biden’s order is splitting the money between humanitarian aid for poverty-stricken Afghanistan and a fund for Sept. 11 victims still seeking relief for the terror attacks that killed thousands and shocked the world.
After Ismail Khan, a former Afghan interpreter for the US Army, applied for a special immigrant visa to come to the United States, he waited more than two years. During that time, he lived with constant threats, unable to work or stay in one place for too long.
For what seems like forever, America’s presidents have been ordering up new US policies designed to finally fix, or at least make the best of, the old and perpetual crises in Afghanistan. And sooner or later, each optimistic US president has discovered that even
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