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Antony Blinken
Born 04/16/1962 (Age 59)
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Anthony Blinken Meet The Press Interview
Secretary of State Antony Blinken spoke with Chuck Todd on NBC's Meet The Press to discuss the vaccination drive not just in the United States, but throughout the world. Mr. Blinken discussed how imperative it is to not only vaccinate people living in the United States, but the entire world if we want to get back to some sense of normalcy in the coming days and months. He said the Administration is working with its global partners to ensure not only rich nations are able to vaccinate their citizens, but that poor countries aren't left behind, either. They also discussed the origins of the virus and what appropriate actions, if any, need to be taken to hold those responsible accountable.
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Full interview with Secretary of State Antony Blinken - CNN Video
Secretary of State Antony Blinken spoke with Dana Bash of CNN remotely from the NATO summit in Brussels, Belgium. Bash asked Blinken about a number of pressing issues facing the alliance, including rising tensions with China and Russia, the alliances troop drawdown in Afghanistan, and the United States complicated relationship with Saudi Arabia.
Anthony Blinken Speech to NATO Alliance
Secretary of State Anthony Blinken spoke before the NATO Alliance members during a conference at its headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. The Secretary of State used his inaugural address at the conference to stress America's commitment to the alliance while also warning of difficult times both now and into the future. He specifically called out China for being a threat to NATO's security and stressed that member countries need to work together to counter its rising influence throughout the world.