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WATCH: White House Backtracks Biden War Comments Again


This is the second time the White House has had to backtrack Biden’s foreign policy comments…

In a recent address to the media, Joe Biden claimed that the U.S. would defend Taiwan through military action if it proves to be necessary…He also went on to say that military action is not the only way to defend Taiwan from China.

Normally, this wouldn’t be a controversy, but this is no ordinary administration, and we do not live in ordinary times…

After Biden’s comments on Taiwan made their way through the airwaves, the White House rushed in to do damage control and walk back his statements…

Again, this is the second time his foreign policy comments were backtracked by the White House this year, as concerns that Biden constitutes a threat to national and global security continue to grow.

Here’s more on the story:

The Associated Press reports:

Biden also issued a stern warning to China over Taiwan, saying the U.S. would respond militarily if China were to invade the self-ruled island. “That’s the commitment we made,” Biden said.


The White House was quick to walk back Biden’s comments according to The Post Millennial:

A statement from the White House sought to backtrack the President’s comments, in a move that the press has become accustomed to over the past year and a half since Biden took office.

“As the president said, our policy has not changed. He reiterated our One China Policy and our commitment to peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait.

He also reiterated our commitment under the Taiwan Relations Act to provide Taiwan with the military means to defend itself,” read the statement from staff.

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