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Top Republican Quitting Congress To Run Trump's Media Company

Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA), who was in line to chair the powerful House Ways and Means committee if the GOP takes back the House in 2022, announced that he is leaving Congress in December to become CEO of former President Donald Trump's media company.




Biden Warns Putin Of Sanctions, Aid For Ukraine Military If Russia Invades


WASHINGTON/MOSCOW, Dec 7 (Reuters) - President Joe Biden warned Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday that the West would impose "strong economic and other measures" on Russia if it invades Ukraine, while Putin demanded guarantees that NATO would not expand farther eastward.

The two leaders held two hours of virtual talks on Ukraine and other disputes in a video call about U.S.-Russian relations, which have sunk to their lowest point since the end of the Cold War more than three decades ago, as Russia masses tens of thousands of troops on Ukraine's border.

The White House said Biden did not make any guarantees to limit NATO expansion with regard to Ukraine.