Capitol Report (March 25): Biden Warns of ‘Real’ Food Shortage

Steve Lance
By Steve Lance
March 25, 2022Capitol Report

President Joe Biden is in Poland. What’s he doing just 60 miles from the border of Ukraine, and what new commitments has the United States made?

What’s America’s role in this? And how is the United States looking on the global stage? We’ll hear from a war veteran, Congressman Greg Steube, who breaks it down for us.

The war in Ukraine is impacting the supply of wheat abroad. Biden is now working with European leaders to help with an expected global food shortage. We’ll take a look at the president’s plan of action.

Why is this war overseas able to hit our food supply at home? We’ll get an explanation from a former agriculture commissioner, Congressman John Rose.

More Republican senators are confirming they plan to vote no to Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation. We take a look at why they’re opposing her, and how likely it is she’ll be confirmed with only Democrat votes.

Republicans are eager to take back the House this fall. And if they secure the seats they have, and flip just five more, they’ll have it. What’s their messaging now? And what are their plans if they do win the majority?

A Republican congressman from Nebraska has been found guilty of three felony counts. But it’s not clear if the GOP congressman—who’s served nine terms—will suspend his campaign for reelection.

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