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We extensively covered President Biden’s weekend appearance at the G7, and – not that it will surprise most people reading this – it was a disaster from start to finish.

At times he appeared confused or got a bit too “chatty” and had to be helped not just by First Lady Jill Biden but also by other world leaders. There was also the disgustingly perverse nature of the whole event, which Biden bumbled through with a smile on his face the entire time.

For those who remember how former President Trump was not shy about putting G7 members on the hot seat, it was a depressing reminder of just how stark the differences are between Trump’s leadership style on the world stage versus Biden’s. His prostrating before China and Russia, and overall weak performance was just not a good look at all coming from the leader of the free world.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, in a possible 2024 preview, minced no words when asked about it Sunday during an interview with Maria Bartiromo on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures” program. DeSantis drew comparisons between Biden and Trump and pointed out how Biden’s posturing “probably played well with European elites” more so than it did “Middle America.”

“I think that President Biden is someone that’s much more passive on the world stage, not nearly as assertive as somebody like Donald Trump was,” DeSantis stated. “I think that our adversaries are watching that.”

As to China and the current debate over the origins of the Wuhan coronavirus virus, DeSantis said that he “didn’t hear very much in the way of holding China accountable for their role in covering up the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic.”

“I think that’s absolutely essential that China be held accountable for their role in that, as well as any bureaucrats in the United States who may have been covering it up,” DeSantis suggested in a clear jab at Biden’s chief medical advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci.

DeSantis also hit Biden on his Keystone pipeline stance, correctly pointing out that “thousands and thousands” of good jobs

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