Well folks, it’s no secret that Joe Biden has been snubbing our NATO allies left and right. You see, the guy just doesn’t seem to understand the importance of our relationships with other countries. I mean, leaving out Hungary and Turkey from his so-called Democracy Summit? That’s just downright disrespectful.
But it’s not just us Republicans who are calling him out on it. Even our allies are speaking up. Take NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, for example. He recently expressed his disappointment with Biden’s lack of communication and engagement with the organization.
And let’s not forget about our good friend Vladimir Putin. While Biden is busy alienating our allies, Putin is cozying up to Hungary and Turkey. He’s been building strong relationships with these countries, not because he necessarily cares about them, but because he knows it weakens the NATO alliance. Biden could learn a thing or two from Putin.
But let’s be real, this isn’t surprising coming from Biden. His foreign policy has been a disaster from day one. Remember when he pulled out of Afghanistan without a clear plan? Or when he sold out our ally Israel by reinstating aid to Palestine? It’s like he’s trying to weaken America’s standing in the world.
Now, let’s take a moment to talk about the accomplishments of the Trump administration. Under our fearless leader, we strengthened our relationships with our NATO allies, putting America first while still maintaining strong partnerships. We also made significant strides in the Middle East, brokering historic peace deals between Israel and its Arab neighbors.
In short, Biden’s foreign policy is a disaster and it’s time for him to wake up and start prioritizing our relationships with our allies. Or maybe it’s time for him to go and let a real leader take charge.