Biden RIDING HIGH With Big Win

For President Joe Biden, a planned international tour only days after the midterm election appeared to be an escape route, enabling him to travel a distance as he confronted what many believed would be a devastating judgment from voters.

Trip Turns to Victory Lap

However, his trip, which included stays in Egypt, Cambodia, and Indonesia, became a victory parade around the globe.

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Biden spent the trip congratulating Democrats who performed better than anticipated in the midterm elections, which boosted his confidence all through three global gatherings where he advocated for greater action against climate change, deeper economic relations in Asia, and stronger disapproval of Russia’s incursion on Ukraine.

America is Back?

Biden’s assertion that “America is back” seemed more robust than ever after encountering domestic and international skepticism regarding his conviction that the United States has turned the page on his turbulent predecessor, Donald Trump.

At this vital juncture, Biden stated at a media briefing held in front of a Balinese temple in Indonesia that no country is more situated than the United States of America to help construct the tomorrow the world wants.

As Biden comes back from his travels, he faces obstacles to his presidency, notably concerns about a future recession and debates about whether he ought to seek reelection. Because of rising prices and other variables, Thanksgiving meals will be more costly for Americans next week.

Republicans have secured a tiny majority in the House, which allows them to thwart Biden’s policy agenda and initiate probes into his administration.

These issues faded from sight, at least momentarily, while President Biden traveled abroad and Republicans engaged in blame-shifting over who was accountable for their party’s poor midterm showing. Some attributed the blame to Trump, whose preferred candidates performed poorly across the nation.

Biden had been at the Group of 20 conference in Indonesia, the final stop of his journey, when Trump formally began his presidential campaign Tuesday evening. As he met with foreign diplomats to plant mangrove plants, a sign of strength and resolve, he disregarded the news.

Biden exchanged glances with French President Emmanuel Macron, maybe with a small grin, as reporters inquired whether he had a comment to the revelation. He replied saying that he didn’t.

Trip Disrupted by Poland Missile Attack

The carefully orchestrated journey was disrupted by a rocket that struck in Poland during the G-20 summit. The death of two individuals sparked concerns that the conflict in nearby Ukraine might spread outside its boundaries, and rumors immediately circulated that Russia was to blame.

Biden was awoken by employees with the news from several time zones away. He handled the telephones at early and then hurriedly dressed for a meeting with ally leaders.

Authorities in Poland and NATO later concluded the strike did not seem to be purposeful and was likely fired by air defenses in nearby Ukraine, a conclusion with which the United States agreed.

This article appeared in The Patriot Brief and has been published here with permission.

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