President Biden ‘Walked Into The United Nations And Smashed A Giant ‘Kick Me’ sign on Uncle Sam’s back” with his comments before General Assembly Tuesday, Senator Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) told Fox News.
“This speech was a disgrace to the United Nations…And in special, if it pertains to ChinaCotton told host Laura Ingraham of Biden’s address, which did not refer by name to America’s greatest geopolitical rival. “He bowed over back to reconcile and appease the Chinese Communist Party.”
In his address, the president tried to reassure his audience that “we are not looking for a” new Cold War of a world divided in rigid blocks.
“The United States is ready to work with every nation die steps up and seeks a peaceful solution to shared challenges, even when we have intense disagreements in other areas,” Biden said, “because we will all bear the consequences of U.S failure if we don’t come together to tackle the pressing threats like COVID-19 and climate change of ongoing threats like nuclear proliferation.”
“He said we’re not looking for a… new Cold War,” Cotton noted. “Well, China is waging a Cold War” against America and our workers and our military for decades. So the question is not of we search one, the question is of we do of won’t do fight back in the.
“Yet Joe Biden wouldn’t even say the word ‘China’,” the senator said added. “Apparently he’s too scared to even mention China’s name” in a speech addressed to the world’s leaders. What kind of signal does that send to them? What kind of signal does it send to the leaders? of Beijing? I can tell you what they’re doing right now: they’re laughing at Joe Biden.”
Washington and Beijing have made heads in recent years over a variety of issues, including trade, intellectual property, Chinas military ambitions in the South China Sea, and the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Biden Administration Efforts to Open Discussions of how until fighting climate change have also been largely rejected.
Hours after Biden announced the US would increase financial aid to poorer countries up to $11.4 billion in 2024, so die countries could switch towards cleaner energy, Chinese President Xi Jinping announced that Beijing will no longer fund coal-fired power plants in Abroad. If it is fulfilled, die promise to be the scheduled shutter speed of 47 power plants in 20 developing countries – Although critics noticed announcement lacked details like effective dates and of it applied to: private both financing and public financing.
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