Mills Calls Biden 'Terrible on World Stage' Ahead of G20

Mills Calls Biden 'Terrible on World Stage' Ahead of G20

Grayson Bakich
Grayson Bakich
September 8, 2023

Representative Cory Mills (R-FL) did not mince words when he said President Biden has "done terrible on the world stage" in a recent appearance on Fox Business's Mornings with Maria, citing the creeping influence of Russia and China abroad as evidence. Additionally, Rep. Mills blasted the efforts to fold Ukraine funding into disaster relief bills, saying he does not support "a blank checkbook to Ukraine."

Because India seeks to act as "a developer of developing nations" and as a "conduit" between Russia and the West, Rep. Mills said President Biden's "mistakes and continual misunderstanding of foreign policy" only drive India further into the arms of BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa). 

"India plays a very key role here, not only from an industrial perspective and from a trade perspective, but also the Indian Ocean plays a key element for China if they were to invade Taiwan. 70-plus percent of their oil and their actual energy comes through that area. So how Biden responds in India and how this G20 Summit meeting goes; how this G20 Summit meeting goes; could determine outcomes for the future when it comes to trade partners, alliances with developing nations, and whether or not people still see America as a world leader when they start creeping more and more towards Russia and China as they have been since he has taken office," said Mills.

Recently, Representative Mike Waltz (R-FL) warned that China seeks to expand relationships with India and the "global south" in order to surpass the United States as a world leader.

Ahead of President Biden, Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen spoke at the G20 Summit, where she announced the US's intention to continue funding Ukraine "as long as it is necessary."

When asked about it, Mills stated that "what we need to be looking at is the America First agenda" and that he is "not in favor of continuing to try and do status quo, a blank checkbook to Ukraine."

"We have seen that this has been mishandled since the very beginning of 2014 when then-Vice President Biden could not acknowledge that the '94 Budapest Memorandum international treaty was being violated and take the appropriate actions on the international stage to gain support, not try and take it alone and put the burden on the American taxpayers," Mills continued, concluding that "this continued interventionism has continued misunderstanding of foreign policy, and the inability for us to start prioritizing America without linking foreign aid to me is a continual mistake that the American Congress has to change."

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Grayson Bakich

Grayson Bakich

Florida born and raised, Grayson Bakich is a recent recipient of a Master’s Degree in Political Science at the University of Central Florida. His thesis examined recent trends in political polarization and how this leads into justification of violence.

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