The Daily Populous

Wednesday December 28th, 2022 morning edition

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“Surrounded by a new phalanx of strangers, Biden couldn’t help but wonder, Do these people really want me here?”

Major, who Mr Biden adopted from the Delaware Humane Association in 2018, was the first rescue dog to serve as First Canine.

Whipple reveals that Mr Biden expressed his concerns to a friend while he was giving a tour of the White House family quarters.

The president had spent more than eight years surrounded by Secret Service agents, first as vice president and again as a candidate, and later as president-elect and as president.

Whipple writes that Mr Biden felt the continuing influence of Mr Trump’s so-called “Make America Great Again” movement “all too close to home — in his Secret Service detail”.

“Wary of his own Secret Service agents, the president no longer spoke freely in their presence,” he added.

“We respect that there will be no shortage of books written about the administration containing a wide variety of claims. »

Lavrov: Ukraine must demilitarize or Russia will do it

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Sergey Lavrov said Ukraine must remove any military threat to Russia — otherwise “the Russian army (will) solve the issue.”

“Ukraine will demilitarize the RF (Russian Federation) to the end, oust the invaders from all occupied territories.

Neither Ukraine nor Russia have revealed the exact numbers of POWs they hold, while hundreds have been released as part of prisoner exchanges. »

Bill forcing feds to fix prison cameras is signed into law

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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden signed into law Tuesday a bill requiring the federal Bureau of Prisons to overhaul outdated security systems and fix broken surveillance cameras after rampant staff sexual abuse, inmate escapes and high-profile deaths.

The agency must submit a report to Congress within three months detailing deficiencies and a plan to make needed upgrades.

In introducing the camera bill last year, Ossoff said blind spots, lost footage and technical failures were unacceptable. »

Atlantic City Doesn’t Fix Giant Pothole: Place A Christmas Tree

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In the spirit of the holiday season, they stuffed a fully decorated Christmas tree inside the pothole.

As of right now, the Christmas tree remains in place and it’s become a popular and amusing attraction.

$3 Billion Bader Field Atlantic City Project Planned Philadelphia and Atlantic City developer Bart Blatstein has announced plans to develop a multi-billion dollar mixed-use project at Atlantic City’s Bader Field. »