Lawmakers Raise Concerns About Biden’s Impact On The World

Gage Skidmore from Surprise, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – On Sunday, Sen. Lindsey Graham had stated during an appearance on NBC News’s “Meet the Press” that President Biden had “screwed the world up” in every possible way. 

As he argued, Biden had allowed the country to have “broken borders” and that the country right now was “on fire.” He proceeded to note that he was “irate” about how Biden had spoken about his regret in using the term “illegal” when he talked about the suspected murder of Laken Riley, a resident student, who had been found dead on the University campus in Georgia. During the State of the Union address Biden had described Venezuelan immigrant Jose Antonio Ibarra, who has been charged in connection to the murder as an “illegal.” 

Graham during the interview pushed back against the accusation that he was blindly following the policies of former President Donald Trump, and pointed out that there were several issues in which he had broken with Trump. He proceeded to stress that he had voted against certain things that Trump supported, which was not something that the former President liked. 

He specifically stressed that he did not support Trump’s push for providing aid to Ukraine as part of a loan. However, he did point out that Trump’s suggestion was not isolationism but rather an attempt by Trump to consider the American people’s needs. 

Graham also spoke about the war between Israel and Hamas arguing that during the State of the Union address by President Biden, he had fallen out of his seat when Biden had suggested that returning the hostages that had been captured on Oct. 7 could be enough for the war to end. 

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