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Biden’s obsession with climate change actually endangers the US

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In the wake of President Biden’s recent overseas trip — which included a G-7 meeting in the UK and a “summit” with Vladimir Putin in Geneva — one may wonder: What, if anything, is his foreign policy? The administration wants us to believe we are watching a balanced, realistic, even realpolitik approach.

“It’s just pure business,” said Biden of his relationship with China’s Xi Jinping.

As for Russia, Biden assured us that, while “this is not a Kumbaya moment,” “no threats” were issued during his meeting with Putin.

“[I] was just letting him know where I stood,” said the president, while suggesting that he drew firm lines in the sand on behalf of American interests.

Such rhetoric may sound appealing, but does it square with the truth?

China’s economic rise, human rights abuses, and aggression toward Hong Kong and Taiwan continue, even as the US again finances the WHO — Beijing’s mouthpiece in covering up first the dangers, and then the origins, of COVID-19. And while Biden presented Putin a “no-hack” list of valuable assets, the Russian leader conceded nothing. Worse still, Russia received the Biden administration’s blessing of its Nord Stream 2 pipeline days after Russian hackers apparently targeted Colonial Pipeline in America, severely interrupting fuel supplies on the East Coast. So while the administration tries to present strong optics, in practice it........

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