Biden Slams Top U.S. Allies

Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – On Wednesday, during an off-campaign campaign fundraiser, President Biden had referred to India and Japan as “xenophobic” placing them in the same place as Russia and China. In contrast, he argued that the United States was correct to be more welcoming of immigrants. 

Biden argued during the event in Washington, D.C., that the election was about America, and democracy which is why he needed their support. He continued by stating that the reasons why their economy continued to grow was because of them, but also because they were welcoming to immigrants. 

Biden added that the economy in China was stalling, while in Japan, Russia, and India the economy was experiencing trouble. He noted that the reason for this trouble is the fact that these countries are “xenophobic” and they did not want any migrant workers. As he pointed out, immigrants made them stronger and that was only a “hyperbole” as the United States has an influx of workers who are choosing to move to the country and contribute. 

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre had been asked whether Biden was planning on apologizing to the country’s allies such as Japan for this argument. In response, she claimed that Biden was just trying to make a broader case with his comments and that she believed this was something that nations across the globe would understand. She added that the United States was a county of immigrants. 

She continued by noting that the United States continues to have a strong relationship with its allied countries including India and Japan. 

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