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A Head of State Who Is Not Up to the Moment

The big question is: what is going on; why does the White House have to correct Biden every time he speaks and participates in sensitive topics?

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Unfortunately, Putin’s invasion against Ukraine—which imposes on us the most sensitive and dangerous moment since the eve of World War II—catches us with a small group of unskilled people at the head of Western governments. And Biden is no exception.

The president’s recent visit to Europe did not make the U.S. stronger in the eyes of the world. Quite the contrary. It has generated the feeling that the White House does not have the capacity to lead the free world against Putin, who has become a dangerous, bloodthirsty and unscrupulous tyrant.

His speech in Warsaw was not bad, but it is overshadowed by that moment when he compared Ukrainian refugees to illegals trying to enter the U.S. through the southern border. Or overshadowed by the moment when he told American soldiers in Poland that they would go to Ukraine, when it was a misunderstanding and really that has never been on the table. The White House corrected him. Another misstep: Biden suggested Putin should be overthrown, and the White House ran to deny it. Two corrections in a few hours.

The big question is: what is going on; why does the White House have to correct Biden every time he speaks and participates in sensitive topics? Is a president who does not measure his words well capable of facing a crisis like the one Putin generated in Ukraine? In any case, the situation with Biden is alarming.

Meanwhile, the insistence of the United States and Europe to reach a nuclear agreement with Iran is worrying. It would be a lethal mistake and would automatically create a monster more dangerous than Putin. Netanyahu warned: an agreement with Iran, lifting sanctions, would turn that terrorist country into a terror-spreading machine. If only the world would listen to Netanyahu.

Finally, it is an honor for us to tell you that El American will be present in a first-hand coverage of the Hungarian parliamentary elections, next April 3, by our editor Edgar Beltran. Also, we will have very good coverage, more detailed and exclusive of the invasion of Ukraine and its consequences for Europe.

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