At UN, Biden Demonstrates Weakness On The World Stage Once Again
Michael R. Pompeo
September 21, 2021
President Biden’s remarks Tuesday to the U.N. General Assembly fell flat.
Why? Because once again, Biden demonstrated weakness. He is pushing our allies away and cozying up to our enemies.
American strength is what will deter war; weakness and the potential for cash payouts for our enemies as we did with Iran, only invites attacks.
Joe Biden spoke as if he were living in a different world.
He did not address his administration’s failures in Afghanistan.
He made a point to mention America’s willingness to reenter the JCPOA, while at the same time offering platitudes about preventing Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.
He was singularly focused on climate change, while ignoring many of the pressing security and diplomatic challenges the United States and our allies face.
Most importantly, he failed to call out China.
But rather than stand up to our enemies and present the world with strong American leadership in light of the myriad challenges we face, President Biden chose instead to focus primarily on climate change.
President Biden was right in saying the world sits at a critical moment and that the world needs strong American leadership.
Unfortunately, that leadership was nowhere to be found during President Biden’s address.
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