President Biden brings weaker behavior to the forefront of the nation and it shows in his dealings with Russia, Sen. Lindsey Graham, RS.C., said on Fox News Primetime on Monday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has already challenged Biden once by asking to speak to him live on television – a task, Graham said, he knew the president wouldn’t be able to complete.
“This general weakness is probably going to be a death sentence for this man,” he said. “Because no one in Russia is afraid of Joe Biden. No one in the world is afraid of Joe Biden and it is dangerous for us here at home.”
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Graham explained that the problem is that Putin is looking at Biden “through a bigger lens” and seeing him as a “weak adversary” as the administration tries to join the Iran nuclear deal and allows the border situation to fall. Become uncontrollable.
As Russia tries to show its superiority over the United States, and China continues to be an ongoing threat, Graham said U.S. allies are concerned about our seemingly weakened system.
“At the end of the day, every bully on the planet feels emboldened,” he said. “Our allies are very worried about the United States … I have never seen so much deterioration in our national security in such a short time as I am doing now.”
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“On many fronts America is weaker and the world is more dangerous and I blame Joe Biden.”
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