As the world is grappling with the ongoing Russian-Ukraine war, people are reporting with speculations regarding the role of western powers. Witnessing the spiking tensions and surging atrocities in Ukraine, the potency of the western powers seems to be inefficient. Amid such an ambiguous state, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem has alleged the inefficiency of President Biden in a speech she delivered on Wednesday.
Noem has accused President Biden of exhibiting weakness on the global stage, reckoning his every decision on foreign policy as inappropriate. Citing his inefficiency in foreign policy matters, she claimed that President Biden's decision on foreign policy had stimulated the leaders like Vladimir Putin.
During her speech at Regan Library, she was asked to outline a vision for the future of the Republican party. Noem scrutinized and explained the inefficiency of Biden's foreign policy point by point. She warned the Democrats "are about control as they are drifting towards socialist policies. Further making blatant remarks, Noem said, " if the White House had reflected peace through strength, by stimulating our army against Iran, China, and North Korea, by not withdrawing forces from Afghanistan which coated the death of 13 American patriots, then we wouldn't have seen the stimulated side of Putin.
Further outlining the loopholes in President Biden's policy, Noem said that the energy supplies policy, as the decision to revoke the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline, has depicted the weaker side of America on the global stage. In her speech, she also accused Putin's aggressive attack on Ukraine of an attack on Democracy. She claimed that this scenario reminds all of us, "Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction."