Biden Says World Leaders Have Told Him WHAT?

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

( – In a recent interview with TIME magazine, President Biden revealed that during his interactions at international summits, leaders from around the world have expressed concerns to him about the possibility of Donald Trump winning the upcoming 2024 election. According to Biden, it has become common for leaders to approach him at the end of meetings to emphasize the importance of preventing a Trump victory.

Biden recalled his statement to a group of G7 leaders in 2021, proclaiming that America was “back” on the global stage. This led to a poignant question from French President Emmanuel Macron, who inquired about the duration of America’s renewed commitment.

The discussion also touched on broader concerns about the stability of American democracy, particularly in the context of events like the January 6th Capitol attack. Biden criticized Trump’s inaction during the attack, framing it as a failure of leadership that significantly eroded global confidence in the United States.

Highlighting the stakes involved, Biden argued that the integrity of democracies worldwide was at risk. He pointed out that few international leaders, aside from figures like Viktor Orban and Vladimir Putin, would support a scenario where Trump led the United States again.

At the conclusion of the interview, Biden emphasized his commitment to strengthening both NATO and international alliances, stressing the critical decisions that will shape Europe’s future in the coming years. He also addressed concerns about China’s geopolitical strength and demographic challenges, questioning the perceived economic stability and growth potential of the country.

This dialogue emphasized Biden’s focus on maintaining global partnerships and addressing international challenges as he prepares for the upcoming election, where he aims to secure a victory against Trump and continue his administration’s policies.

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