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US Congressman Ron Paul lashes out at Biden’s foreign policy

US Congressman Ron Paul lashes out at Biden’s foreign policy

Washington, Jun 9 (Prensa Latina) President Joe Biden´s foreign policy has been strongly criticized Monday a few days after his first international visit since assumption.
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Former Republican Congressman Ron Paul warned -in an article published Tuesday- about how Biden´s recent mistakes mark little chance of reaching any result in a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The meeting between the two leaders (Biden and Putin) is slated for June 16, with the purpose of debating issues closely related to criminal cyberattacks, nuclear stability and security, among others, the White House reported.

According to Ron Paul, Washington routinely accuses Moscow of meddling in its internal affairs, but the nation that really spies and interferes all the time is the United States, even against its own allies.

In this regard, former candidate for the US presidency warned about consequences of the spying outrage (supported by Denmark) on European politicians, a fact recently disclosed.

Ron Paul believes that hard days will come for Biden during his tour, in which he will have to take the responsibility to those he spied on while he served as vice president under Barack Obama at the G7 Summit and NATO Meeting.

Vladimir Putin will not let such a situation pass by, who sees Washington’s foreign policy hopelessly corrupted, something that only a serious change towards ‘non-interventionism and non-aggression’ can avoid.

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