Sen. Mark Kelly appears to dodge question about Biden campaigning with him: ‘I’ll welcome anybody’ to Arizona

Sen. Mark Kelly appears to dodge question about Biden campaigning with him: 'I'll welcome anybody' to Arizona

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Sen. Mark KellyD-Ariz., appeared to dodgeYou can find more information at question aboutPresident Biden joining him in Arizona toCampaign against Blake Masters, Republican opponent, during a CNN appearance on “State of the Union.” 

“Would You Like President?” Biden toVisit to ArizonaCampaign with you?” Jake Tapper asked. KellyDonald Trump, a former president, supports Masters’ opponent. 

“Hey, I’ll welcomeAnybody toVisit to Arizona, you know travel around the state at any time, as long as I’m here,” he said. “You know, If I’m not up in Washington in session. Talk! aboutWhat Arizona needs. This water situation has significant implications. We are equipped with the right tools to address this situation. to deal with it. I’m trying to get some answers from the Department of Interior on more – like what authority do they have toMake some decisions about this yourself, because the other countries are not taking up the challenge. toHelp Arizona deal with this. However, anyone can request this. toVisit to ArizonaTalk about Arizona issues or issues that affect the country, I’ll be here.”

Tapper continued to follow up on Tapper’s note and found that the senator’s reply didn’t appear. toBe an invitation open to the president toGet involved in the campaign with him. 

“Do you have any concerns?” aboutWhether President BidenThe best candidate toKeep it up Arizona”Blue in 2024?” He inquired. 


Sen. Mark KellyJake Tapper from CNN joined me on Sunday’s State of the Union.

“Not at all, Jake,” Kelly said. 

Some Democrats were not as quick. toBe confident about BidenRunning in 2024 Recent Fox News polls found that KellyMasters is 8 points ahead of Masters in the Senate race.

Masters was the frontrunner in the highly competitive Republican primary election. He defeated Jim Lamon (a businessman). ArizonaAttorney General MarkBrnovich is a retired U.S. Air Force Maj.-Gen. Mick McGuire. ArizonaJustin Olson is a member of the public utilities commissioner. 

KellyWe also talked about the drought and water shortages in ArizonaNevada will be able to limit the use of Colorado River water. Tapper stated that the BidenAdministration has “largely ignored this issue tothe states” calling the drought “existential crisis.” He asked if the government was being too passive in its answer.  

A buoy sits high and dry on cracked earth previously under the waters of Lake Mead at the Lake Mead National Recreation Area near Boulder City, Nev., on June 28, 2022. (AP Photo/John Locher)

On June 28, 2022, a buoy is seen sitting high on the cracked earth, which was previously submerged in the Lake Mead National Recreation Area near Boulder City. (AP Photo/John Locher)
(AP Photo/John Locher)


“It’s not existential. There are solutions. I was able to toFor more water storage, resilience, and settlement of tribal water claims, add $8 billion to the bipartisan Infrastructure Bill. to deal withThis drought. We have the tools. We don’t have the right partnership at this time. withOther states Kelly responded. 

The Inflation Reduction Act provides $4 billion for water management and conservation in areas like the Colorado River Basin and other U.S. regions that are suffering from drought. 

Sen. Mark Kelly (D-AZ) speaks during a press conference following the weekly Democratic caucus policy luncheon on February 08, 2022 in Washington, DC.

Sen. Mark Kelly(D-AZ), speaks at a press conference that followed the weekly Democratic caucus policy luncheon in Washington, DC on February 8, 2022.
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“Every sector of every state is responsible toMake sure water is not used withMaximize efficiency Order toTo avoid a collapse of the Colorado River System, and to prevent future uncertainty and conflict, water usage in the Basin has to be reduced,” Tanya Trujillo (assistant secretary for water and science at Interior) stated in a statement about the cuts. 

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