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PRESIDENT TRUMP: Joe Biden’s Real Foreign Policy

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Joe Biden’s real foreign policy

This was shared by President Trump last night.

As Obama’s former Defense Secretary Robert Gates said, Biden “has been wrong on nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades.”

 

Middle East:

  • The Biden administration’s withdrawal from Afghanistan surrendered $85 billion in military equipment to the Taliban and led to the tragic deaths of 13 U.S. service members.

 

  • The Biden administration ran afoul of a Trump-era law that prohibited the U.S. from granting funds to the Palestinian government while they paid salaries to imprisoned terrorists and their families.

 

  • In Apr. 2021, the Biden administration greenlit $235 million in aid to Palestinians for “humanitarian assistance,” despite State Department officials’ stated concerns that “there is a high risk Hamas could potentially derive indirect, unintentional benefit from U.S. assistance to Gaza.”

 

  • In Sep. 2023, the Biden administration unfroze $6 billion in Iranian assets held in a South Korean bank in exchange for five U.S. hostages.

 

  • In Sep. 2023, the Biden administration granted $100,000 to a university in Gaza which has praised Hamas terrorists as “righteous martyrs.”

 

  • Biden undid President Trump’s decision to place the Iran-backed Houthis on the Foreign Terrorist Organization and Specially Designated Global Terrorist lists.

 

  • The Biden administration relaxed enforcement of President Trump’s maximum pressure sanctions on Iranian oil sales, allowing them access to billions of dollars to fund global terrorism.

 

  • After the Biden administration reversed the Trump maximum pressure sanctions, Iranian oil exports increased by 142%.

 

  • Iranian-backed militia groups have launched over 165 attacks on American forces since October, including one that tragically killed three U.S. soldiers.

 

  • One month after the 9/11 terror attacks, Biden told staffers on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee that it “seems to me this would be a good time to send, no strings attached, a check for $200 million to Iran.”

China:

  • On his first day in office, Biden undid a Trump-era rule that ordered a ban, replacement, and set new criteria for bulk-power system electric equipment imported from areas or individuals posing national security threats. The rule aimed to prevent Chinese Communist Party influence over the American power grid.

 

  • Biden’s Department of Justice ended the “China Initiative,” a program launched by the Trump Administration and tasked with “identifying and prosecuting those engaged in trade secret theft, hacking, and economic espionage,” and “protecting our critical infrastructure against external threats through foreign direct investment and supply chain compromises.”

 

  • Joe Biden re-engaged with the World Health Organization after President Trump cut ties with the group over their role in enabling China’s cover-up of the origins of COVID.

 

  • Under Biden’s “Inflation Reduction Act,” Chinese solar companies stand to receive as much as $1.4 billion annually in taxpayer-funded subsidies.

 

  • In 2000, then-Senator Joe Biden told Chinese state media that “China is not our enemy. There’s nothing inevitable about China and the United States not being as cooperative as other nations.”

 

  • In 2011, then-Vice President Biden reiterated in remarks at Sichuan University that “I believed in 1979 and said so and I believe now that a rising China is a positive development, not only for the people of China but for the United States and the world as a whole.”

 

  • In 2000, then-Senator Biden voted to normalize trade relations with China, against going against the United Auto Workers and Teamsters and setting the stage for China’s trade abuses against the United States.

Russia:

  • The Biden administration waived sanctions on the Russian company constructing the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline.

 

  • Russian President Vladimir Putin, after being asked if Donald Trump or Joe Biden would be better for Russia’s interested, answered Joe Biden for his “predictability” as a “politician of the old formation.”

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