Some suspected that if Biden entered the White House, he’d return to Obama’s bizarre approach to international relationships. And they were right.
Biden seems to be embracing the “lead from behind” policy of the Obama era. After entering office, he quickly called various countries, including those that are typically not our buddies.
Joe called up China and Russia, and little good came from those conversations. Russia has quickly moved to expand its influence in Europe—and its energy dominance. And Biden has cowered to China, saying they could “eat our lunch.”
But one country he has refused to call, even now, has upset many.
Apparently, Joe is “too busy” to contact our closest ally in the Middle East.
The White House on Friday denied that Biden was snubbing Netanyahu by failing to include him so far in an early round of phone calls to foreign leaders since taking office on Jan. 20…
“We also have many things we agree on and the alliance is very strong,” Netanyahu said. “But there are also differences, on the issue of Iran and on the Palestinian issue as well.”
Donald Trump contacted the leader of Israel on his second day in office. After almost a month in the White House, Biden has to contact our ally.
Biden has found time to sign over 40 controversial executive orders, called up Russia and China, played video games with his family. But he can’t call up Netanyahu, leader of our most important ally in the Middle East?
Israel is the only Jewish state in the world and the only real democracy in the Middle East. It is vital for the United States to maintain its close relationship with them, considering we share common enemies.
Not only has Biden apparently snubbed Israel, but some fear he might abandon them entirely over his stance with Iran.
Rumor grows that Biden will return to Obama’s terrible nuclear deal, which would help Iran get weapon’s grade material.
Trump ended that deal and hit Iran with heavy sanctions. But Biden apparently will reverse that, ensuring Iran will have WMDs.
Is that why Biden refuses to contact Israel? After having such a good relationship with the country, is America turning its back on them?
Biden’s administration claims they will contact them soon, but did not give a date. Odd, considering how important our diplomatic relationship is.
- Biden has not spoken with the Prime Minister of Israel, in a possible snub.
- Donald Trump reached out on his second day in office.
- Biden’s Middle East policy might empower Iran and leave Israel in the dust.