This past week, the G-7 summit was held where world leaders convene and discuss important issues facing the world.
President Joe Biden attended and displayed what critics and foreign media describe as gaffes and weakness nearly every day of the event.
Wednesday, Biden returned from the summit and his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. CNN reporter Kaitlan Collins asked Biden, “Why are you so confident [Putin] will change his behavior, Mr. President?” Biden’s response began with “I’m not confident he’s going to change his behavior. What the hell?! What do you do all the time?”
“When did I say I was confident?”
Biden’s response to CNN’s question furthers a trend of non-responses and confusion from the President who has been claimed by observers to have a form of dementia or other mental deterioration.
At the meeting with Putin, a reporter asked whether Biden maintains that Putin is a “killer,” harkening back to Biden’s comments earlier this year.
In response, Biden laughs and says “I’m laughing too … he has made clear that uh … [7 second silence] the answer is … I believe he has in the past extensively acknowledged that he was, uh, there are certain things that he would do or did do.”
He went on, saying, “It’s not much of a, I-I-I-don’t-I don’t think it matters a whole lot in terms of this next meeting we’re about to have.”
James Morrow, an Australian TV host from Sky News, was amongst Biden’s top foreign media critics who are troubled by America’s performance on the global stage since President Trump left office in January.
Morrow expressed disappointment at “what is happening to the U.S. under Joe Biden, who seems, for whatever reason, determined to weaken America’s standing, her military, and emboldening her and our enemies, making a mockery of a century’s worth of shared sacrifice.”
He pointed out that Biden wants to reduce America’s defense spending while focusing on diversity in the military.
Biden made another blunder at the G-7 summit at a roundtable when correcting British Prime Minister Boris Johnson for not introducing South Africa’s President.
In a video from Sky News, Johnson is seen introducing the world leaders, including President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa. When Johnson finishes his introductions, Biden says, “And the President of South Africa,” pointing at Ramaphosa.
“And the President of South Africa … as I said earlier on … I certainly did,” Johnson explains to the U.S. President while the room fills with laughter.
Biden is argued to be weak and confused on a global stage by his critics both on the American right and in various foreign media outlets.
Republicans point out signs of mental deterioration and fear a reluctance, intentional or not, to exert America’s diplomatic strength on the world stage with rivals like China and Russia.
There is no public knowledge of a medical diagnosis of dementia on Joe Biden.
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