Biden Blunders on the World Stage

President Biden traveled to Europe to meet with world leaders this week and made a series of blunders on the world stage.

Biden met with NATO allies in Brussels over the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Upon arrival at the meeting, Biden snubbed the press.

At a press briefing, Biden was asked, “Sir, deterrence didn’t work. What makes you think Vladimir Putin will alter course based on the action you’ve taken today,” and Biden said, “sanctions never deter.”

The reporter repeated the question and Biden became testy, saying, “That’s not what I said. You’re playing a game with me. The answer’s no.”

However, a video montage of Biden’s administration, including Vice President Kamala harris, contradicts him.

Biden said food shortages are “going to be real” because of sanctions.

Biden then traveled to Poland to visit U.S. troops and commented about the bravery of Ukrainians fighting for their country, saying, “You’re going to see when you’re there.”

But numerous times, Biden ruled out the option of U.S. military involvement.

While addressing the troops, Biden called Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin the Secretary of State, and also incorrectly stated the number of times he went to Iraq and Afghanistan.

Biden addressed the president of Poland as ambassador.

Critics commented on social media.

Biden continues to show the world he is a horrible leader and not ready for prime time.

The world is a far more dangerous place because Biden is president.