In tonight’s Talking Points Memo, Bill O’Reilly said it’s clear that the world will not punish Russia for seizing Crimea.
At a news conference at the Nuclear Security Summit in The Hague, President Obama was pressed on the effectiveness of his response to Russia's invasion of Crimea. Jonathan Karl of ABC News asked Obama whether he is "concerned" that American influence is declining. He also asked whether Mitt Romney had a point when he called Russia the top "geopolitical foe" of the U.S.
Pro-Russia forces have reportedly seized another military base in Crimea. The Obama administration is warning European allies that Russia could be ready to move further into the mainland.
Two officers were injured by gunshot wounds when pro-Russian forces stormed a Ukrainian air force base in Crimea, firing shots and smashing through concrete walls.
President Obama made remarks outside the White House this morning on the situation in Ukraine, announcing new sanctions against Russian officials in response to the annexing of Crimea. Watch video of his remarks,
President Obama declared yesterday that the U.S. has no intention of triggering "an actual war with Russia," saying neither the U.S. nor Ukraine wants a military conflict with the Russians. The remarks come as Ukrainian forces leave Crimea, essentially turning the area over to Russian control.
In tonight’s Talking Points Memo, Bill O’Reilly said that Russia’s blatant violation of international law puts the world in serious jeopardy.
Tuesday morning, Russian President Vladimir Putin approved the annexation of Crimea and mocked the sanctions President Obama brought against Russian officials.
President Obama announced new sanctions against Russian officials on Monday, but many have criticized his response as weak in the face of Russian President Vladimir Putin moving toward officially annexing Crimea. Judge Andrew Napolitano called the penalties "tepid," suggesting that President Obama "doesn't care" whether his foreign policy is viewed as weak.
Lt. Col. Ralph Peters was on “The O’Reilly Factor” today to discuss the Obama administration’s response to Crimea’s vote to leave Ukraine and join Russia.
President Obama delivered a statement on Monday after Crimea voted to secede from Ukraine. He announced an expansion to the sanctions against Russian officials. Fox News analysts K.T. McFarland and Gen. Jack Keane (Ret) gave us some quick reaction after the remarks ended.
President Obama delivered a statement on Monday after Crimea voted to secede from Ukraine. He announced an expansion to the sanctions against Russian officials. “We’re making it clear that there are consequences for their actions.”