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    Zelensky in DC & COVID Test Distribution | Afternoon Update | 9.21.23

    enSeptember 21, 2023

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    • Ukraine's Zelensky seeks US support, Murdoch steps down, Patrick calls special session for immigration concernsUkraine's Zelensky requests US funding, faces opposition from McCarthy; Murdoch passes leadership to son Lachlan at 92; Texas Lt. Gov. Patrick plans special session for immigration concerns at Colony Ridge housing development; Biden requests $24B for Ukraine, White House unclear on additional needs

      Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky met with US political leaders seeking continued support against Russia, but was denied a joint session address by Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy. Meanwhile, Rupert Murdoch, at age 92, is stepping down as chairman of News Corp and Fox Corporation, with his son Lachlan taking over. In Texas, Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick plans to call for a special legislative session to address illegal immigration concerns at the Colony Ridge housing development, which has become a hub for Mexican cartels. President Joe Biden has requested $24 billion in funding for Ukraine, but the White House is vague on additional needs. These events highlight geopolitical tensions and immigration issues that continue to shape the political landscape.

    • Immigration Developments in Texas and New YorkTexas development attracts legal aliens without citizenship checks, New York governor urges immigrants to apply for asylum, Biden admin grants work permits to some illegal immigrants, Cisco buys AI firm Splunk in $28 billion deal, US faces complex challenges from immigration crisis and COVID-19 surge

      There are ongoing concerns about illegal immigration in the United States, with specific developments in Texas and New York. The Colony Ridge land development in Texas is attracting legal aliens without requiring proof of citizenship, leading to concerns from representatives like Chip Roy. Meanwhile, New York Governor Kathy Hochul is urging immigrants to apply for asylum before leaving their countries due to the strain on resources caused by the influx of immigrants. The Biden administration is granting work permits to some illegal immigrants from Venezuela and expanding the temporary protected status for others, but only for those who arrived before certain dates. The administration is also investing $600 million in producing new COVID-19 tests. In other news, Cisco is buying the AI firm Splunk in a $28 billion cash deal. The ongoing immigration crisis and the summer surge of COVID-19 cases highlight the complex challenges facing the US, both domestically and internationally.

    • Cisco Buys Splunk, Seven NFC Teams Remain UndefeatedCisco completes $157 per share acquisition of Splunk, seven NFC teams have perfect records, including the 49ers, Cowboys, Eagles, Commanders, Saints, Falcons, and Bucs.

      Cisco's acquisition of Splunk for $157 per share is a significant move in the tech industry, and it is expected to be completed by the third quarter of 2020. Meanwhile, in the NFL, the NFC conference is off to a record-breaking start with seven teams currently holding a 2-0 record. Notable teams include the San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys, and last year's Super Bowl runner-up, the Philadelphia Eagles. Surprisingly, new ownership of the Washington Commanders and the traditionally weak NFC South division's New Orleans Saints, Atlanta Falcons, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers are also undefeated. In contrast, only two teams remain undefeated in the AFC, the Miami Dolphins and the Baltimore Ravens. These updates provide an intriguing mix of business and sports news, highlighting the importance of strategic acquisitions and unexpected success stories. For more information and in-depth discussions, visit dailywire.com or tune in to the latest episode of Morning Wire.

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