Warren acknowledged in her video that she’s had differences with Biden over the years but said he’d always been respectful of her views and even willing to adopt new policies if the argument is persuasive enough.“When you disagree, he’ll listen — not just listen, but really hear you. And treat you with respect, no matter where you’re coming from,” she said. “And he has shown throughout this campaign that when you come up with new facts or a good argument, he’s not too afraid or too proud to be persuaded.”Soon after Warren dropped out of the race last month, Biden adopted her bankruptcy plan. It was a sign of goodwill in a dispute between the two that dates back to 2005, when Warren, then a Harvard Law School professor, battled the then-Delaware senator, who was opposed to some of the reforms that she was advocating.Warren said Biden mentioned the fight when he swore her into the Senate, telling her: “You gave me hell! And you’re gonna do a great job.”That, she said, is “the thing about Joe: he wants you in the fight with him. And when you’re in the fight with Joe at your side, you know you have a partner who’s committed to getting something good done for this country.”Senators Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin, and Debbie Stabenow and Gary Peters, both of Wisconsin, also endorsed Biden Wednesday.Topics : Elizabeth Warren endorsed Joe Biden on Wednesday, becoming the final major former 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful to back the party’s presumptive nominee.“He knows that a government run with integrity, competence and heart will save lives and save livelihoods,” the Massachusetts senator said in an endorsement video. “And we can’t afford to let Donald Trump continue to endanger the lives and livelihoods of every American.”After Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, Warren was considered the most progressive of the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates. Her announcement came the same week the Biden campaign rolled out two other big-ticket endorsements: Sanders and former President Barack Obama.
WE RECOMMEND FOLLOW US Press Trust Of India LIVE TV 10 months ago F1: Japanese GP could be postponed as Typhoon Hagibis looms large Last Updated: 24th October, 2019 13:09 IST Lewis Hamilton Uncertain About Winning The Title At Mexican Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton can clinch his sixth drivers’ world title triumph in the rarefied atmosphere of the Mexican Grand Prix this weekend, if things go his way. If things go his way, Lewis Hamilton can clinch his sixth drivers’ world title triumph in the rarefied atmosphere of the Mexican Grand Prix this weekend. It would be a monumental achievement, nudging him ahead of five-time champion Juan Fangio and making him the second most successful driver in Formula One history behind only Michael Schumacher whose seven titles between 1994 and 2004 remain the pinnacle. The 34-year-old Englishman, though, holds out little hope of either winning the race at a venue ill-suited to the strengths of his Mercedes car or sealing the title.”Mexico is generally our worst race of the year because of the way our car is set up and it’s going to be a tough one for us”, said Hamilton.READ | Neuer Annoyed As Bayern Need Lewandowski Double To Win At OlympiakosHamilton leads the championship by 64 pointsHistory shows that this is one of his least favoured tracks — he has won just once, in 2016, in four races although he did enough in 2017 and 2018 to secure the world titles in Mexico. Hamilton, who leads the championship by 64 points with four races, including Mexico still to come, knows he can take a cautious approach without scrapping for victory on Sunday. He will secure the title by out-scoring his Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas, who lies second, by at least 14 points. However, he accepts that the Finn will be a very competitive rival and unlikely to wave him through to the chequered flag. Both the in-form Ferrari team and Red Bull, for whom Max Verstappen will hope to complete a hat-trick of Mexican victories after his wins in 2017 and 2018, have high hopes of success at a track where Mercedes have admitted they expect to struggle.”The last few have been pretty shocking even though we’ve won the title there,” said Hamilton. He said, “I’m hoping for a better weekend but I think it’s going to be very hard to beat the Ferraris on those long straights. We have no hope of passing them, that’s for sure, and if you look at the others, McLaren is picking up serious speed and so are the Red Bulls. It will be a tricky one for us. The Briton added that he was not expecting a Mariachi party to celebrate his title. I don’t anticipate it will be Mexico. I think we will be battling for a good few races.”READ | Lewis Hamilton Faces Backlash From Netizens For Social Media PostJapanese Grand PrixAlthough Mercedes completed a record sixth consecutive constructors’ and drivers’ championship double at the Japanese Grand Prix earlier this month, the team has been overhauled by Ferrari, in terms of pure speed and performance, since the Belgian Grand Prix. Charles Leclerc won in Belgium, where Ferrari began a run of five successive pole positions. Hamilton may also use the weekend as an opportunity further to set the record straight after his recent comments on “giving up because the world is in such a mess”, posted on Instagram and quickly withdrawn, provoked a social media storm. Hamilton has been vocal about his decision to go vegan but as a frequent flyer and as a racing driver whose team is sponsored by an oil company, he has been accused of hypocrisy. Two-time F1 champion and former team-mate Fernando Alonso suggested in a radio interview on Monday that he should keep his views to himself.”I think I would keep my eating habits to myself,” the Spaniard told Spanish radio station Cope. “We all know the lifestyle that he can lead, or that I can take, and that Formula One drivers take 200 planes a year. You can’t then say ‘don’t eat meat’.”Like the drivers’ title race, this is also unlikely to end in Mexico. That domination yielded three victories, two for Leclerc and one for four-time champion Sebastian Vettel, and two opportunities lost due to mistakes and misfortunes.”After two races in which we could have done better, we arrive in Mexico determined to win,” said Ferrari team chief Mattia Binotto.”We will be aiming for our sixth consecutive pole, before looking to convert that into victory.”Vettel, who took pole in Japan but missed out on his second win this season after making a poor start, believes the altitude of Mexico makes a big difference.”We race with maximum down-force, but, since we are racing so high above sea level, the air is very thin and the cars actually produce very little down-force.”On the long straight, I think we see the fastest top speeds of the season, which makes it difficult to manage the corners.”The last couple of years, we have improved in Mexico but Red Bull is the team to beat.”READ: F1: Lewis Hamilton Urges His Fans To Be Environment-consciousREAD: F1 2019: Lewis Hamilton-led Mercedes Dominate Formula One Circuit First Published: 24th October, 2019 13:09 IST Written By COMMENT 10 months ago F1 News: Mercedes emerge victorious in 2019 Constructors’ Championship 10 months ago F1: Lewis Hamilton urges his fans to be environment-conscious WATCH US LIVE 10 months ago F1, Japanese GP: Valtteri Bottas fends off Sebastian Vettel SUBSCRIBE TO US 10 months ago Lewis Hamilton: 2020 Mercedes F1 car needs more power and less drag
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BRAC officials and members of the EU delegation. Four European Ambassadors who paid courtesy visits to the program intervention areas of BRAC, an international non-governmental organization, took the opportunity to review its food security and livelihood program in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County.The delegation led by Helene Cave, EU Ambassador, Hubert J. Jäger, German Ambassador, British Ambassador David Belgrove and French Ambassador Terence Wills. The delegation visited BRAC’s poultry, hatchery and feed mill at Neekrin Township.According to a BRAC release, the feasibility, operation, business model and future plan of the poultry hatchery and feed mill were presented and discussed at a briefing during the visit. Alberto Menghini, head of the cooperation section of the EU delegation to Liberia, was present.BRAC also briefed the delegation about the hatchery and feed mill which started operation in 2014 with support from Chevron and the European Union, which has successfully produced day-old chicks and feed.The team also visited a community level farmers’ training session to understand how communities are engaging the BRAC project.The training was organized by the ‘PRO ACT 2015’ project started in 2016 and funded by the EU. The objective of the project is to “improve food and nutrition security situation of vulnerable population groups.” The group also had discussions with the trainees and conducted household visits with several beneficiaries to assess the impact the project was making on their lives.The EU ambassadors appreciated BRAC’s efforts in the successful implementation of its program and encouraged the farmers to continue their poultry and livestock farming.BRAC Liberia was launched in 2008 as an international non-governmental organization with the holistic development approach geared toward engaging local communities to focus on agriculture and livestock, education, healthcare, empowering young people, and providing microfinance for business purposes. BRAC strives to realize its vision of a world free from all forms of exploitation and discrimination where everyone has the opportunity to realize their potential, a release said.BRAC is an expert in the science of delivery, engaging with communities for the long term, and creating approaches that are frugal, scalable, and sustainable. BRAC release further said.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)