In other news, Ireland and the European Union have rejected Boris Johnson's ostensibly 'final' Brexit proposal, saying that his proposal is 'not even remotely acceptable.'
Meanwhile, the United States is withholding dues from the UN's International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) because the agency needs stronger protections for whistleblowers.
“We expect a lot from ICAO. We expect ethical and efficient management,” a U.S. State Department official told Reuters. “We expect transparent and trustworthy governance. And we expect accountability for performance and conduct.”
Coming from this United States government? Irony is dead and buried.
Finally, Trump openly called on China to investigate Joe Biden today.
“China should start an investigation into the Bidens,” Trump said in remarks to reporters outside the White House. Trump said he hadn’t directly asked Chinese President Xi Jinping to investigate Biden and his son Hunter but said it’s “certainly something we could start thinking about.”
You know what I immediately though of today when I saw this? Huawei.
The Trump regime has imposed sanctions on the Chinese-owned telecommunication giant over fears of spying and espionage and yet here's Trump calling on China to engage in that kind of behavior for his own benefit.