Biden Apologizes

( – After spending billions of taxpayer funds without making any real progress, Joe Biden put his weak leadership skills on display when he had to apologize to the Ukrainian president for America’s lackluster global standing under his administration.

Biden recently expressed regret for the first time in public over the delayed U.S. military support to Ukraine during an event with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Paris.

The two leaders were present for the 80th anniversary commemorations of the D-Day landings.

In his apology, Biden acknowledged the doubts Ukrainians have over continued American aid.

This uncertainty stemmed from a six-month blockade conservative Republicans in Congress put up in an effort to secure the U.S.-Mexico border.

Republicans delayed a $61 billion military aid package as they could not understand how the Biden administration would put Ukraine’s interests first in the face of an unprecedented immigration crisis at the U.S.’ southern border.

During the meeting, Biden reassured Ukraine that it could rely on America’s unwavering support in the long run, emphasizing, “We’re still in. Completely. Thoroughly.”

AP covered Zelensky’s comments where he urged for unified American backing for Ukraine’s resistance against Russia’s aggression.

He then drew a comparison to the support the U.S. provided during World War II, which underscores its critical role in saving lives and safeguarding Europe.

“It’s very important that in this unity, United States of America, all American people stay with Ukraine like it was during World War II,” Zelensky said.

“How the United States helped to save human lives, to save Europe. And we count on your continuing support in standing with us shoulder to shoulder,” he concluded.

The U.S. has announced it will send approximately $225 million in military aid to Ukraine.

This includes munitions for systems such as the High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS), mortar systems and several artillery rounds, as confirmed by U.S. officials.

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