Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) took a dim view of President Biden’s meeting with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson ahead of this year’s G7 summit, telling Granthshala News on Thursday that it took a “fluff and happy talk”. “Other than nothing made.
Earlier in the day, the two world leaders unveiled an updated version of the 1941 Atlantic Charter signed by Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill during World War II. While the original version committed the US and UK to be leaders of the post-war world, the updated document identified urgent issues of the 21st century, including “cyber security,” “emerging technologies,” in Biden’s words. Global Health,” and “Climate.” Change”.
“We’ve had two cyberattacks on our economy coming from Russian territory, by Russian organizations I think passed off by the Russian government. They’re probably working together to be honest with you,” Graham said. Told “The Ingraham Angle”. “And you have mounting evidence that the coronavirus originated from a lab in China, not nature. And is Biden asking Europeans to do anything to back down against Russian cyber-terrorism? Is he also talking about what we should do to rein in China? No.
“It’s just fluff and a happy thing,” Graham said, adding, “I miss Trump.”
The three-day G7 summit at the Carbys Bay resort in Cornwall, southwest England, will host Biden and Johnson, along with leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Japan and EU officials.
“Let’s just be honest,” Graham said. “The bad guys were afraid of Trump. Who’s Afraid of Biden? Europeans are talking of a trade deal with China because China is destroying Hong Kong’s democracy and engaging in genocide against Uighurs. So, this just blows my mind.
“They’re talking about going back to the Iranian nuclear deal, even though Iran hasn’t changed its behavior at all. I can tell you one thing that Israel misses a strong US president.
The summit is the first major event of Biden’s first overseas trip, which will last a week and include summits with NATO allies and the European Union, as well as with Queen Elizabeth II, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Includes meetings.