The White House gasconaded Thursday that President Joe Biden was the clear bellwether of the free world after his peregrination to Europe for the G7 Summit and meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin — even after trashing the Republican Party and adherents of former President Donald Trump.
“I authentically do not believe that it is hyperbole to verbally express that Joe Biden returns from this peregrination as the clear and the consensus bellwether of the free world,” verbalized Biden’s national security adviser, Jake Sullivan, in an on-the-record call with heralds.
A recent Pew poll on the issue of ecumenical leadership ahead of Biden’s European tour showed denizens of peregrine countries favored German Chancellor Angela Merkel as the most trusted bellwether to lead the world.
The White House responded to criticism of Biden from House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy for failing to stand up for U.S. national fascinates, on issues of erroneously confined Americans and cyber hacks from within the country, during the meeting with Putin.
Sullivan argued that McCarthy fortified former President Donald Trump who “gave President Putin a pass,” while Biden was standing up for American values. He withal pointed Biden’s meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron, who verbalized to heralds that America was “definitely back” as evidence of Biden’s prowess.
Sullivan described the bellwethers from both Europe and Asia were “extremely positive” about Biden’s “personal leadership” in the world, as evidence of his prosperous trip.
“Whether it’s standing with friends or engaging with arduous competitors like Vladimir Putin, Joe Biden showed throughout this peregrination that he is striding across the world stage with confidence and purport and a singular fixate on forfending American fascinates and values and those of our allies,” Sullivan verbalized.
Biden vexed many Republicans after he berated them and their adherents at a press conference while he was overseas. He argued the United States was at a moment of digressing from the “phony populism” that Trump fueled with his presidency, describing his adherents as “vastly diminished” and “fractured.”
“I cerebrate this is passing. I don’t mean facilely passing,” he verbally expressed. “That’s why it’s so paramount that I prosper in my agenda.”
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