U.S.

Biden’s ‘dangerous’ weakness on world stage inviting aggression from Russia, China, Iran: Rep. Michael McCaul

During an interview on Friday’s “Mornings with Maria,” R-Texas Representative Michael McCaul criticized President Biden’s speech to the UN General Assembly, arguing that the United States is projecting “weakness” onto global adversaries, raising the global stage. a much more “dangerous place.

REP. MICHAEL MCCAUL: When you project power, you have peace. When you project weakness like thishow can a country look at this achievement and not think about weakness and perhaps incompetence?

US President Joe Biden addresses the 76th session of the UN General Assembly on September 21, 2021 at the UN headquarters in New York City. ((Photo by Timothy A. Clary-Pool/Getty Images) / Getty Images)

And that invites to this aggression that I’ve been talking about from Putin to the… unholy alliance with chairman Xi until now the Ayatollah in Iran, with whom they are still trying to make a deal, even though they don’t report the secret locations with the uranium at all. So this is really dangerous, frankly, because it makes the world stage a much more dangerous world.

Read:GOP slams Kamala Harris for going to DMZ instead of Texas

REPUBLICANS INTRODUCE CONSENT BILL RIVALING DEM PROPOSAL: ‘EXPORT OUR WEALTH TO CHINA AND RUSSIA’

Read:To protect a Confederate statue, a Virginia county is deeding the land

WATCH THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE:

Previous post
US economic downturn could get ‘very serious’ as Fed risks crushing demand with rate hikes: Judy Shelton
Next post
Steelers vs. Browns: What they’re saying in Cleveland after win