Biden’s Foreign Policy is a Disaster

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Representatives from the Communist country of China have openly mocked the US while attending a summit in Anchorage Alaska. After the meeting got off to a civil start, it soon escalated into a full-blown verbal confrontation lasting over an hour.

Many were stunned by the rudeness shown by the Chinese officials and the week response shown by the Biden team. This comes as no surprise for Trump supporters who have gotten used to the former President’s good relations with countries like China, despite the trade war and strict foreign policy.

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Tensions were already hot before the meeting as Secretary of State Antony Blinken had the following to say: “We’ll also discuss our deep concerns with actions by China, including in Xinjiang, Hong Kong, Taiwan, cyber attacks on the United States, and economic coercion toward our allies,” Blinken said. “Each of these actions threatens the rules-based order that maintains global stability. That’s why they’re not merely internal matters and why we feel an obligation to raise these issues here today.”

National security adviser Jake Sullivan said that he had; “concerns” with China’s “economic and military coercion to assaults on basic values,” but said that they “do not seek conflict, but we welcome stiff competition and we will always stand up for our principles, for our people, and for our friends.” The Daily wire pointed out.

In other news, Biden sparked an international incident when he openly called the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, a killer on TV. Since the interview with Biden broke, The Russian government recalled its diplomatic envoy from Washington DC. The US. responded in kind.

The Russian president made his thoughts on the matter known in an interview of his own. “Whoever calls someone those names, is describing themselves.” CNN translated. Bloomberg had it translated as; “It takes one to know one.”

Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria V. Zakharova clapped back at the statements hard saying: “In order to analyze what needs to be done in the context of relations with the United States, there hasn’t been anything like this in history, these are very bad statements by the president of the United States. He definitely does not want to improve relations with us, and we will continue to proceed from this,” Peskov said.

Foreign Affairs head, Konstantin I. Kosachev, said “This is a watershed moment,” “Any expectations for the new U.S. administration’s new policy toward Russia have been written off by this boorish statement.” “if explanations and apologies do not follow from the American side.”