Fox News contributor and former presidential speechwriter Marc Thiessen joined “America’s Newsroom” Tuesday after President Biden addressed the U.N. General Assembly. Thiessen often known as out the “stark” disconnect between Biden’s words and the administration’s actions.

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THIESSEN: The disconnect between the words and actions is stark correct proper right here. He talked about a new interval of relentless diplomacy, and one of the simplest ways he is prioritizing rebuilding our alliances. If he is attempting on the viewers he takes a take a take a look at Boris Johnson, prime minister of Great Britain whose cellphone title he didn’t reply for 36 hours whereas Kabul was falling. An individual who the Sunday Times of London calls ‘sleepy Joe’ and talked about we’d be elevated off with Donald Trump. The leaders of France, Germany and Canada and NATO allies who pleaded with him to increase the deadline to get their nationals out and he refused, forcing them to go away their residents behind enemy traces as a outcomes of they couldn’t preserve earlier the U.S. dedication. 

The president of France who merely recalled his ambassador from the United States for the primary time since our alliance was stable in 1778. He is taking a take a take a look at our adversaries and taking a take a take a look at China, whose chief is taunting Taiwan, utilizing our Afghan withdrawal as proof that we gained’t come to defend them. Looking at North Korea and Russia and all these utterly completely different worldwide locations. North Korea, that launched the missile on the anniversary of 9/11 and the day the Taliban inaugurated its new authorities. When you say factors, words matter. A president’s words matter. If they aren’t backed by motion, and not the equal with the actions he takes, they modify into a joke.

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