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June 25, 2023

President Biden mis-spoke again, but we should let it go. The lesson that should be learned is not to make the same mistake again. Instead, the “sad show” seems to go on!

  1. It is not a true or false question when Biden said that Xi is a dictator in the public. It is about civility and diplomacy! Just ask Biden how he would feel if any foreign leader calls him out in the public “Brandon” or any another non-flattering nick name!
  2. Now, Biden’s top diplomat, Blinken has been dragged into the show by confirming, on live TV, that “the president “speaks for all of us.” As a top diplomat for the US, unfortunately, Blinken’s statement is not precise.
    As Secretary of the State and appointed by President Biden, he should have said “speaks for all of us at the State Department.” But Blinken did NOT qualify his statement and many readers get upset:

Biden has never and will never speak for me!

Not all of us. (JOE BIDEN’s job approval: 43%)

Blinken didn’t have the courage to say anything about anything when he was over there, but now it’s the “Fearless Biden Administration” now that they’re home hiding under their beds. Senile Joe had to wait for the AR-15 truck to pull up to Pennsylvania Avenue with some courage.

Talk about hiding behind name calling “dictator”, like a middle school brat. The country is in such a mess and can’t get anything done because “I’m not a dictator!”, I’m not a crook. Why bother going to China at all?

Blinken backs Biden on calling Xi a dictator

Julia Mueller

Sun, June 25, 2023 at 7:19 AM PDT

Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Sunday backed President Biden’s remarks calling Chinese President Xi Jinping a dictator, saying the president “speaks for all of us.”

“It’s very clear that when it comes to China, we are going to do and say things that they don’t like. They are going to do and say things that we don’t like,” Blinken said on CNN’s “State of the Union” when asked whether the president was wrong to refer to Xi as a dictator in comments about the Chinese spy balloon that crossed the U.S. before being shot down in February.

“There’s no secret about concerns we have about democracy, about human rights, about some of the actions that China is taking around the world, and being able to have better stronger sustained lines of communication means we can talk about these differences directly,” Blinken said.

“Do you believe that Xi Jinping is a dictator?” host Dana Bash pressed.

“The president speaks clearly. He speaks candidly. I’ve worked for him for more than 20 years, and he speaks for all of us,” Blinken said.

Blinken visited Beijing earlier this month after a trip planned for February was postponed amid the surveillance balloon incident. Blinken met with Xi and other officials, including Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang, in a trip aimed at stabilizing tense Beijing-Washington relations.

Blinken: Biden ‘speaks for all of us’ on Xi dictator remark

Sun, June 25, 2023 at 8:47 AM PDT

Secretary of State Antony Blinken tells CNN’s Dana Bash that “we are going to do and say things that they don’t like” after President Biden called Chinese leader Xi Jinping a “dictator.”

‘My Goodness, Jeremy!’ Kirby Mocks CNN Reporter’s Question About ‘Consequence’ Of Biden’s ‘Dictator’ Remark

By Tommy ChristopherJun 24th, 2023, 3:08 pm

Biden said at a joint press conference with Prime Minister Narendra Modi of the Republic of India that he didn’t believe his remark about Xi was of any “consequence” to the US/China relationship:

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