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Sen. Rob Portman visits Eastern Europe and tells President Joe Biden to stand up to Vladimir Putin: The Wake Up podcast

CLEVELAND, Ohio — U.S. Sen. Rob Portman has concerns about Russia’s tactics toward Eastern Europe. You can listen online here. After returning from a trip to Lithuania, Ukraine and Georgia, the Ohio Republican is urging President Joe Biden to tell Russian President Vladimir Putin the United States stands with the people of Eastern European countries and opposes Russia’s efforts to dominate them through tactics that include military infringement on their territories, disinformation and cyberattacks. Biden is scheduled to meet with Putin next week in Geneva. In Ohio, the news continues to be positive with the coronavirus as hospitalizations are at the lowest level since June 2020. The news is not positive in Cleveland after a violent weekend ... 35 people were shot and three killed in 22 shootings from Friday afternoon to early Monday.
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