Here are the other stories conservatives are talking about today.
BIDEN SPEAKS TO CNN: In a wide-ranging interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper that aired Tuesday, President Joe Biden conceded the “chance” of an economic recession, but insisted it would be “mild.” Biden also voiced his belief that Russian President Vladimir Putin is a “rational actor” who he hopes will steer clear of nuclear escalation in Russia’s conflict with Ukraine, and threatened “consequences” for Saudi Arabia in response to the Middle Eastern country cutting oil production. Read more.
President Biden on Tuesday for the first time addressed his son’s exposure to possible criminal charges for allegedly lying on a gun-purchase application, but he said he was proud of Hunter Biden for confronting his struggles with drug addiction https://t.co/NscXr1yMlf pic.twitter.com/nnkefrnIVg
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BRETT FAVRE DENIES WRONGDOING: In an interview with Fox News Digital Tuesday, retired NFL legend Brett Favre denied any wrongdoing in the Mississippi welfare scandal. The office of the state auditor alleges $5 million of money intended for welfare recipients was diverted to build a volleyball facility at the University of Southern Mississippi, where Favre’s daughter plays volleyball, and $1.1 million was paid to the onetime Green Bay Packers quarterback himself for speaking appearances he never made. Read more.
UNRELEASED KANYE FOOTAGE SURFACES: Vice released previously unseen footage from Kanye West’s recent interview with Fox News host Tucker Carlson. The unaired footage shows the hip-hop star and fashion designer saying black people are actually Jews and claiming professional actors had been placed in his home to “sexualize” his children, among other attention-grabbing remarks. Read more.
ANGELA LANSBURY, RIP: English-born actress Angela Lansbury, best known for her role as murder mystery novelist-turned-detective Jessica Fletcher in the long-running series “Murder, She Wrote,” passed away at her Los Angeles home Tuesday at the age of 96. Read more.