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Biden Slammed For Coal Comments, UN Writes A Letter To Musk And More

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#Joe Biden’s recent comments about “shutting down coal plants across America” drew criticism from West Virginia’s powerful Democratic leader Joe Manchin on Saturday. In other news, UN human rights chief Volker Turk urged Twitter’s new owner Elon Musk to make sure that respect for human rights is at the center of the social network and its management in an open letter published on Saturday.

A day after US President Biden declared that his administration would “be closing these facilities down all over America” because they are “too expensive to operate,” he encountered strong opposition from members of his own party and powerful West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin.

UN human rights chief Volker Turk has urged Twitter’s new owner Elon Musk to make sure that respect for human rights is at the center of the social network and its management in an open letter that was released on Saturday.

An additional pair of similar activists have recently targeted two paintings by Spanish painter Francisco Goya at a museum in Madrid, continuing the rather bizarre trend of climate change activists vandalizing well-known paintings and works of art.

Elon Musk, who recently assumed control of Twitter after paying an astounding $44 billion for it, has already begun lowering costs, and one of the ways he’s done this is by firing people.

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