BY Benjamin ClarkJuly 8, 2024
2 weeks ago
 | July 8, 2024
2 weeks ago

Biden Discusses Global Military Engagements And Criticizes Trump

In an insightful interview with ABC News, President Joe Biden openly tackled questions about his mental sharpness sparked by a recently debated performance.

According to Breitbart News, President Joe Biden admitted to managing various "wars around the world" while also addressing former President Donald Trump's falsehoods.

The U.S. President's dialogues with ABC emerged after a debate in which many questioned his ability to effectively challenge Trump, attributing his restrained performance to his extensive presidential duties.

Global Military Engagements Under Biden

Since President Biden took office, the U.S. military has been engaged in at least five different conflicts worldwide. Each mission—from supporting allies to conducting defensive attacks—reflects the growing challenges America faces on the international stage.

The culmination of the U.S. involvement in Afghanistan saw a tragically botched non-combatant evacuation that resulted in the unfortunate deaths of 13 U.S. troops. This specific scenario has contributed to the discourse surrounding Biden’s focus on foreign conflicts over domestic politics.

Among these numerous engagements, American support has been crucial for Ukrainian forces battling Russian aggression.

The U.S. has provided substantial military aid, including training and equipment, to strengthen Ukraine's defense capabilities against the ongoing Russian invasion.

Protecting Interests in the Red Sea

The United States has not limited its military operations to direct conflict zones. In the Red Sea, an initiative to safeguard commercial vessels from Houthi terrorist attacks has been ongoing.

This task also witnessed the loss of two Navy SEALs, emphasizing the risks involved in such protective missions.

In parallel, the U.S. military has performed offensive strikes targeting Houthi installations in the Red Sea, framing these actions as necessary for defense despite the complexities they introduce into the already turbulent Middle Eastern political landscape.

Additional hostilities have seen U.S. forces retaliate to assaults by Iranian-backed militias in Iraq and Syria.

An episode that starkly highlighted this volatile engagement involved missile strikes by these militias, which tragically killed three U.S. troops stationed in Jordan.

U.S. Troops Engage in Broader Middle East

In another theatre of conflict, American troops have been actively involved following a significant terrorist attack by Hamas on southern Israel. This involvement aims to restrain the escalation into a larger conflict while also supporting humanitarian efforts in the war-torn region of Gaza.

The construction of temporary infrastructure to facilitate aid in Gaza illustrates the dual military-humanitarian role the U.S. attempts to balance under the broader objective of stabilizing the Middle East.

During the interview, Biden expressed the gravity of these commitments with his remarks on the scope of his responsibilities, emphasizing the distractions they posed during political debates at home.

Beyond discussing military operations, Biden also criticized his predecessor, Donald Trump, calling him a “pathological liar.” This criticism came amidst discussions in which he admitted his preoccupation had prevented him from challenging Trump as assertively as he would have liked during their interactions.


In summary, President Joe Biden’s admission in the ABC News interview sheds light on the enormous breadth of challenges he faces—from managing ongoing wars around the globe to navigating political rivalries domestically.

The U.S. remains engaged in significant global conflicts, supporting allies and defending against aggressions, all while Biden simultaneously contends with political adversaries at home, emphasizing the dual aspects of his presidential duties.

Written by: Benjamin Clark



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