Biden tells foreign leader he ‘dreams’ of winning re-election ‘without objection’

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President Biden during his visit to Europe on Thursday expressed that he “dreams” of winning re-election in the United States “without opposition”. Watch:

“I have come to congratulate a man on his re-election without objection. I dream of that one day,” Biden told European Council President Charles Michel.

The president appeared to have cleared up the last election, as he was handed a series of narrow victories in swing states under unusual conditions, leading to a series of electoral challenges. The Electoral College vote to certify his presidential victory was interrupted by bomb threats at the DNC and RNC national headquarters and a subsequent riot at the Capitol building by extremist groups. staged far-right extremists.

Biden also boasted that “America is back” under his leadership, while claiming his European partners believe he “gets the job done.”

“One of the things I take for granted is that I don’t think you’ll find any European leader who thinks I’m not getting the job done,” Biden said. “And I want to say it sincerely. … The thing is, the first G-7 meeting I attended like the one I did today was in the UK. And I sat down and said, ‘America is back.’ And one of my colleagues, my colleague, the head of state, said, “For how long?”

America suddenly finds itself dealing with a Russian invasion of Eastern Europe due to a combination of weak opposition to Russian oil and gas pipeline politics; namely, his administration initially gave the green light to the Nordstream 2 pipeline project to Germany. This weakness is exacerbated by diplomatic signals, such as the president’s words that he will tolerate a “minor invasion” of Ukraine. The crux of Russia’s antagonism is NATO’s expansion into Eastern Europe, which was once a historic buffer zone between Russia and Germany.

During Thursday’s press conference, Biden took questions from reporters as written down on a note given to him. As he left the press conference, he admitted that he was an hour late for the EU meeting.

“Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa,” Biden said at his press event. “No. Yes. One last question. Yes.”

“Hey, wait a minute, please,” he continued. “I was an hour ago at the European Union meeting and can now speak and I thank you. So since I’m gone, haven’t called before you… Who are you? ”

Biden would answer questions and then run late to his meeting. Despite the series of problems at home, the president insists that he always does what he thinks is the “right thing”.

“When I ran for office this time, and I think the American press, whether they saw it as an advantage or a disadvantage, I made up my mind. No election is worth it for me not to do what I think is right. Not a joke. I’ve been too long to fool this any longer,” Biden said.

Biden said that his main focus at this point is on trying to maintain a Democratic majority in the House and Senate “so that I have the opportunity to continue to do what I can in terms of growing the economy and growing the economy.” solve the problem of the rational line with US foreign policy and lead the world”.

Biden also boasted that he would be “lucky” to face Donald Trump in the next presidential election in 2024.

“I don’t criticize anyone asking that question,” Biden continued. “But next election, I’ll be very lucky if I have that same man against me.”

But apparently, not as lucky if he runs “without objection.” A new poll shows Joe Biden will trail his hypothetical opponent Donald Trump in the 2024 rematch. Biden tells foreign leader he ‘dreams’ of winning re-election ‘without objection’

Jake Nichol

Jake Nichol is a 24ssports U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Jake Nichol joined 24ssports in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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