Monday, May 20, 2024

Trump’s VP blames Biden for ‘vacuum of leadership’ on White House’s response to Iran, China, Russia

Former US Vice President Mike Pence has blasted President Joe Biden for his administration’s response to Iran, China and Russia.

“You’re witnessing a vacuum of leadership on the global stage, largely owing to the failed policies of the Biden administration,” Pence said in an exclusive interview with host John Catsimatidis on “Cats and Cosby” on WABC 770 AM.

“I mean, the fact that you now have you had President Xi [Jinping] in Moscow with [President Vladimir] Putin earlier this week, you have a China negotiating relations and some sort of normalization between Saudi Arabia and Iran is all evidence of a vacuum that’s been created,” he continued.

Chinese leader Xi Jinping concluded his three-day trip to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday, which China labeled as a “journey of friendship, cooperation and peace.” The West has seen the visit as China doubling down its support of Russia amid its invasion into Ukraine.

Pence, who is a potential GOP presidential candidate, said that the absence of leadership stems from the Biden administration “begging” Iran to enter back into the nuclear deal, the “disastrous” US withdrawal from Afghanistan and the US not sending aid quickly enough to aid Ukraine in its war against Russia. He added that without a strong leader in the US, the free world is “not being led.”

“It’s a vacuum of American leadership,” he continued, stating, “It’s one of the reasons why we need strong bold leader, we’re the leader of the free world. And if America is not leading in the free world, the free world is not being led.”

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