Biden Embarrasses the US Yet Again in Meeting With Xi

Joe Biden has been on a humiliating tour abroad. He first went to COP 27, Egypt, and apologized for America’s withdrawal from the Paris Agreement. This was a great move by President Donald Trump. Biden has since rejected it. After being heckled by protesters, he lost another battle with his teleprompter as he delivered his speech. Biden then went to Cambodia and made remarks that sounded about 100 years old. He mistakenly called the prime Minister of Cambodia the “prime minister for Colombia”, the second time Biden has made the same mistake.

Biden, however, was in Bali, Indonesia on Monday for the G20. He met with Xi Jinping, China’s leader. It was clear who seemed to be in control of the exchange from the greeting. Xi stood and made Joe Biden walk towards him. Xi didn’t even meet him halfway. Biden held his hand out. It cried out “weakness” as well as loss of face.

BREAKING: Joe Biden and Xi Jinping meet ahead of the G-20 summit in Bali, the first in-person talks between the leaders of the US and China since before the Covid-19 pandemic

— Bloomberg (@business) November 14, 2022

Biden smiles like he is meeting his best friend. This is not a country that has threatened us or our allies and lied about COVID. Joe replied, “I’m desperate for some kind of win.” It didn’t appear like someone trying to hold China responsible for their poor behavior.

Here’s the White House summary of what Biden allegedly told Xi. It says absolutely nothing about COVID.

White House readout of Biden meeting w/ Xi says Biden “raised concerns about PRC practices in Xinjiang, Tibet, & Hong Kong, & human rights”, & “on Taiwan, he laid out in detail that our one China policy has not changed.” No mention of Biden pressing Xi on the origins of COVID-19.

— Jerry Christmas (@JerryDunleavy) November 14, 2022

Here’s a video in which Biden is forced to use notes to make a few basic remarks about “climate change.” Biden made it appear that there weren’t any real issues and didn’t display any strength in his remarks.

Hear what Biden and Xi said to each other in first meeting as heads of state.

— CNN (@CNN) November 14, 2022

Xi replied that the relationship was in trouble. Biden could have said that to China since China is in the wrong. It wasn’t Biden, however, who seemed to be pressing for the issues.

Biden made comments about the U.S. election. Biden behaved as if the Democrats had won.

Biden opens his remarks after a day meeting with Chinese dictator Xi Jinping by saying Democrats winning proved “the strength and resilience of the American democracy” & that “there was a strong rejection of” Republicans, who believe in “political violence & voter intimidation”

— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) November 14, 2022

Then he claimed that China was not an enemy or adversary but a competitor. He didn’t hold them accountable for their actions.

Biden reiterates that China isn’t an adversary or an enemy but merely someone the U.S. will “responsibly” “compete” against “vigorously” while making sure both countries are “abid[ing] by the international rules of the road.”

— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) November 14, 2022

Biden was then going to answer questions from reporters regarding the meeting. Biden had difficulty reading the notes and was unable to answer questions from reporters.

BIDEN: “Um…. uh…. I ca—having trouble reading this…”

— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) November 14, 2022

He stated that he was told there were four questions, and he said it clearly that he did not intend to answer any additional questions.

BIDEN: “I’m happy to take questions and I’m told there will be four questioners”

— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) November 14, 2022

Biden stated that he doesn’t believe there is an imminent threat from China to Taiwan.

WSJ’s @KThomasDC to Biden: “[D]o you believe a new cold war with China can be avoided? And specifically on…Taiwan, you spoke about tensions. Do you believe China is preparing, intending to invade Taiwan…and what warnings did you issue…if…Xi were to take such action?

— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) November 14, 2022

Vladimir Putin assessed Biden’s performance after the failed withdrawal from Afghanistan. He also lifted sanctions on Nord Stream 2. and found him lacking. So Putin invaded Ukraine. Let’s pray that Xi doesn’t see the same weakness and evaluates it differently.

Biden ended up answering the fifth question by Peter Alexander of NBC, but he then said he shouldn’t have done that as if he were violating the directives of his masters.

NBC’s @PeterAlexander: “What should Americans expect from Congress as it relates to abortion rights after the midterms?”

Biden: “I don’t think they can expect much of anything other than we’re going to maintain our positions.”

— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) November 14, 2022

Biden should have shown more strength in this exchange. Yet again, he projects weakness. If you don’t want to stand up for the millions of COVID victims, then you shouldn’t pretend like this is your nation’s leader.

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