Which Part of America Being Back Does the President Hiding Serve? | National Review

Which Part of America Being Back Does the President Hiding Serve? | National Review


President Joe Biden hosts a briefing in the State Dining Room at the White House in Washington, D.C., August 10, 2021.
(Evelyn Hockstein/Reuters)

Jake Sullivan confirmed today that President Biden has not spoken to a single world leader since Kabul fell to the Taliban.

I’m confused as to which part of the “America is back” philosophy this decision represents. In Britain, the prime minister is recalling parliament. In France, the president is trying to rally the UN. And President Biden is . . . doing nothing at Camp David.

In February, Biden said “I know the past few years have strained and tested the transatlantic relationship. The United States is determined to reengage with Europe, to consult with you, to earn back our position of trusted leadership.” In June, he said, “America’s back in the business of leading the world alongside nations who share our most deeply held values”; “I think we’ve made some progress in re-establishing American credibility among our closest friends”; “the lack of participation in the past and full engagement was noticed significantly.”

As opposed to this new, fresh approach, which is warming everyone’s hearts.





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