Jeff Bezos accuses Biden of ‘misdirection’

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NSC Coordinator for Strategic Communications John Kirby provides perspective on the Russia-Ukraine war, foreign policy, and solutions to ease gas prices on ‘Fox News Sunday.’ #foxnews

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