On Thursday, President Biden joined fellow NATO leaders in Brussels to discuss Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. As the incursion surpasses one month, the U.S. has reaffirmed support for Ukraine’s defense by providing $1 billion in humanitarian aid, providing more weaponry to their troops and issuing harsher sanctions against Russia. Co-anchor of ‘America’s Newsroom’ and former White House Press Secretary Dana Perino discusses why Putin has been undeterred despite more economic sanctions, the Biden administration’s messaging on domestic issues amid international crises, and how Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation hearing has brought awareness to voting issues. Later, Dana pays tribute to the late Madeleine Albright, who made history serving as America’s first female Secretary of State.
According to the United Nations, roughly a quarter of Ukraine’s population has been displaced in the Russian invasion. While families take refuge in shelters across the border of Poland and Ukraine, one nonprofit is working to ensure those in need are being fed with hot meals. Chef José Andrés joins the Rundown from Lviv, Ukraine, to talk about his organization, World Central Kitchen, how it’s been able to distribute food in this time of crisis, what it’s like providing aid in an active war zone, and why he devoted himself to sending disaster relief.
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