DiscoverThe Lead with Jake TapperBiden speaks after key meetings with NATO leaders; FBI to lawmakers: Qanon followers may turn violent; Biden says if Alexey Navalny were to die in prison it would only “hurt” Putin’s relationship with the “rest of the world”; U.S. expected to surpass 600,000 COVID-19 deaths today;
Biden speaks after key meetings with NATO leaders; FBI to lawmakers: Qanon followers may turn violent; Biden says if Alexey Navalny were to die in prison it would only “hurt” Putin’s relationship with the “rest of the world”; U.S. expected to surpass 600,000 COVID-19 deaths today;

Biden speaks after key meetings with NATO leaders; FBI to lawmakers: Qanon followers may turn violent; Biden says if Alexey Navalny were to die in prison it would only “hurt” Putin’s relationship with the “rest of the world”; U.S. expected to surpass 600,000 COVID-19 deaths today;

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Biden hopes for NATO springboard ahead of Putin summit; Biden reassures NATO allies: “the United States is there”; Biden: “rock solid, unshakeable commitment” to NATO article that an attack on one ally is an attack on all; Sources: Biden preparing intensely for Putin’s tactics; Biden: will “make clear” to Putin that “we can cooperate if he chooses” on mutual interests, or “we will respond in kind”; Biden: must “guard against… phony populism”; Biden on whether he still believes Putin is a killer: Putin has in the past “essentially acknowledged” what he’s done; Biden: U.S. relationship with Russia “at a low point”; Biden: had “detailed discussions… on a number of issues” with Turkish president Erdogan; Biden: Trump wing comprises “bulk” of republican party, but only “a minority of the American people” as a whole;


Right now: AG Garland meets with top media execs targeted in leak investigation; FBI report: Qanon followers may turn violent, target democrats & other perceived enemies;


Biden: If Alexey Navalny dies in prison, would be “another indication that Russia has no intention of abiding by basic human rights”; Putin says he’d be open to a prisoner swap ahead of Biden meeting; Putin refuses to say Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny’s name; Russian mercenaries accused of atrocities, including murdering children, in the central African republic;


Group of house republicans seek to censure Rep. Omar and “squad” over controversial comments; Pelosi dismisses Rep. Omar’s controversial comments: “She clarified. End of subject”; Dem congressman to introduce resolution to censure GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene;


California set to fully reopen tomorrow; Former FDA chief warns India COVID variant could spark new outbreaks in low-vaccinated areas; Spreading Delta variant forces UK to delay reopening; Most blue states will make Biden’s vaccine goal; Red woes won’t; Education secretary: racial disparities in schools reopening; Disneyland expected to end mask requirement for fully vaccinated guests tomorrow;


U.S. assessing reported leak at Chinese nuclear power facility;

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Biden speaks after key meetings with NATO leaders; FBI to lawmakers: Qanon followers may turn violent; Biden says if Alexey Navalny were to die in prison it would only “hurt” Putin’s relationship with the “rest of the world”; U.S. expected to surpass 600,000 COVID-19 deaths today;

Biden speaks after key meetings with NATO leaders; FBI to lawmakers: Qanon followers may turn violent; Biden says if Alexey Navalny were to die in prison it would only “hurt” Putin’s relationship with the “rest of the world”; U.S. expected to surpass 600,000 COVID-19 deaths today;

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