Senator Comments On Biden Trip

Hello everyone! Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) had some fiery remarks for President Joe Biden following his trip to Normandy, France, this week to commemorate the 80th anniversary of D-Day.

Cruz’s comments came during his “Verdict” podcast with co-host Ben Ferguson, where they also discussed Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s recent comparison between D-Day and the ongoing war in Ukraine.

Cruz didn’t hold back, stating, “This White House does all politics all the time. That’s what they do, they spin, spin, spin. And the two are fundamentally different. You know, I wish they would treat a solemn commemoration like this for what it is, a solemn commemoration, and not treat it as another day of politics.”

But that wasn’t all. Cruz went on to criticize Biden’s policy towards Russian President Vladimir Putin, arguing that Biden’s actions led to the war in Ukraine.

“Joe Biden gave multibillion dollar gifts to Vladimir Putin when he waived sanctions on the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, sanctions that I authored, I wrote the legislation,” Cruz said. “And Putin stopped building that pipeline the day President Trump signed my sanctions legislation into law.”

Cruz didn’t stop there. He asserted that if Donald Trump were still in office, the war in Ukraine would not have happened.

“It’s Joe Biden’s weakness that caused the war in Ukraine,” Cruz claimed. Drawing a stark analogy, he said, “As much as Biden and Blinken want to see themselves as Churchill and FDR, if there is a World War Two analogy, then Biden is Neville Chamberlain. He is the one who is weak, he is the appeaser. He is the one who gave billions to Russia. He is the one who gives billions to Iran. He’s the one that constantly showed weakness to our enemies, which is why we went from peace and prosperity, what he inherited three and a half years ago, to two simultaneous wars playing out across the face of the globe.”

Cruz’s comments reflect a broader criticism from some Republicans who believe that Biden’s foreign policy has emboldened adversaries and destabilized international relations. By contrasting Biden’s policies with those of the Trump administration, Cruz underscores the political divide over how best to handle global threats and maintain peace.

As the debate over foreign policy continues, it’s clear that figures like Cruz will keep pushing back against what they see as Biden’s failures, advocating for a more assertive and strategic approach to international diplomacy. Stay tuned, folks, because this discussion is far from over!


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