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Biden 'hopeful' of imminent US debt deal

President Joe Biden said Friday that Democratic and Republican negotiators were on the verge of resolving a debt ceiling standoff, as the deadline for a potentially catastrophic US default was pushed back to June 5.

"It's very close and I'm optimistic," Biden told reporters at the White House. "I'm hopeful we'll know by tonight whether we're going to be able to have a deal."

The CIA announced a large bribery scheme: Vuk Jeremić was involved PHOTO/VIDEO

Earlier, U.S. media announced that the leader of the People's Party was involved in a major corruption scandal in the USA, in which the family of U.S. President Joe Biden was also involved.
At a press conference, US officials announced that the entire scheme was complicated, and that it was designed to be complicated so that the money could not be traced.

US President Joe Biden had a Cheat Sheet showing He was Aware of the Question posed by a Journalist

A cheat sheet held by US President Joe Biden, during a Wednesday press conference with South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol, has revealed that he knew beforehand about the question to be asked by a journalist, reported New York Post.

Biden, Fernandez affirm ‘economic integration’

U.S. President Joe Biden on March 29 hailed an "enormous opportunity" to increase economic integration with Argentina as he hosted the South American country's President Alberto Fernandez at the White House.

"This meeting is a chance to reaffirm that nothing is beyond our reach if we work together," Biden said seated next to his counterpart in the Oval Office.

Americans can 'have confidence' in banking system: Biden

President Joe Biden on Monday reassured Americans that their banking system is safe in the wake of the sudden collapse of SVB and the federal takeover of a second bank.

"Americans can have confidence that the banking system is safe. Your deposits will be there when you need them," he said in televised remarks from the White House.