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The first foreign trip of Joe Biden's presidency will be far more than a few smiling photo ops and well-manicured communiqués. Many see his attendance at the Group of Seven summit and then the NATO summit over the next week as a one-shot chance: not just to help fix relations with Washington's bruised allies, but also to reassert the faltering influence of the U.S. and the West itself. The visit will also be shadowed by questions about whether Biden, for all his trans-Atlantic experience, is actually more focused on the rising competitor in Beijing than in old Cold War allies across the pond. "After four tumultuous years of Trump, the Europeans have now got the U.S. leadership they always dreamed of," said Fabrice Pothier, NATO's former head of policy planning. "Except now the story has moved on."
Its gonna be a long four years.
For us, yes. For Joe, every day is brand new.
Makes finding a WH bathroom a daily adventure.
He can't even keep up with Dr Jill...wanders off.https://www.gopbriefingroom.com/index.php/topic,439746.0/topicseen.htmlMaybe he'll turn up out on the highway?
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