Regime Change in Russia?
Does President Joe Biden want regime change in Russia? After meeting with Ukrainian refugees on Saturday and hearing their stories of survival and escape from their war-torn country, the President delivered a blistering speech against Russian President Vladimir Putin that was overshadowed by nine words at the very end of his remarks that appeared to signal a change in US policy toward regime change in Russia. However, immediately after saying Putin "cannot remain in power," White House and Biden administration officials quickly walked back those comments, claiming there is no change in policy toward regime change in Russia. CBN News Senior International Correspondent George Thomas joins the Rundown to provide an on-the-ground account of the latest as the war enters its 5th week.
Also, last night at the Oscars, America witnessed the “slap heard round the world,” when actor Will Smith walked on stage and struck comedian Chris Rock on the mouth after Rock made a joke directed at Smith’s wife, Jada Pinkett Smith. The slap caught everyone in the audience off-guard and overshadowed Smith’s Best Actor Oscar that he won just a half hour after the slap took place, leading to a lengthy and tear-filled acceptance speech. Joining the Rundown for his reaction to a crazy night in Hollywood as well as the future of the Oscars is CBN Entertainment News Reporter and the host of CBN’s Studio 5, Efrem Graham.