In his March 1 State of the Union Address, President Biden said, “let me be clear, our forces are not engaged and will not engage in the conflict with Russian forces in Ukraine.” He had made this promise many times : there would be no US boots on the ground in Ukraine.
Three months later, on June 25, the New York Times reported that “C.I.A. personnel have continued to operate in the country secretly, mostly in the capital, Kyiv, directing much of the vast amounts of intelligence the United States is sharing with Ukrainian forces.” It added that other NATO countries, including the U.K., France, Canada, and Lithuania, have commandos operating in Ukraine.
That revelation gave the lie to Biden’s promise that the U.S. “will not deploy American troops to Ukraine.”
That was not the first broken promise. Biden promised that he would be no more than a sturdy “ bridge ,” an experienced statesman who would calmly transition America onto safe shores after the unstable Trump presidency. Instead he has steered the U.S. into the turbulent waters of a new cold war with China and Russia. It is that stormy world, and not the calm, uneventful bridge, that will be Biden’s legacy.
In his first address to the U.N. General Assembly, Biden promised the world that he was “opening a new era of relentless diplomacy.” But his has been an era of threats, sanctions, snubbing talks, and refusing diplomacy. Biden’s State Department and his chief diplomat have been in what should be the impossible position of discouraging diplomacy where it matters most.
While campaigning, Biden promised a quick return to the JCPOA Iran nuclear agreement. He said that Trump “recklessly tossed away a policy that was working to keep America safe and replaced it with one that has worsened the threat.” He promised […]
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