Biden's foreign policy causes McCarthy 'real concern'
After the 21st anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks that killed almost 3,000 people, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy has criticized President Joe Biden's foreign policies.
The proposal by Biden to renew the nuclear deal has caused great concern among many Arabs, who are concerned that Tehran's mullahs will be able to promote more terrorism and violence and expand its proxy campaign across the region.
During Fox News' "Sunday Morning Futures," McCarthy highlighted approaches that were dangerous under Biden, including withdrawing from Afghanistan, the Russia-Ukraine war, and reviving the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, explaining that if you wanted to know what happened 21 years ago today, you had to pay attention to what is happening right now.
“Now I have a real concern with the aggression of China, Russia now into Ukraine. Even on our southern borders, cartels [are] becoming stronger by the day,” McCarthy said during the show on Sept. 11. “But now we have an administration that is negotiating with the regime in Iran. When we had such progress with the Abraham Accords, to reverse that is wrong. And that is a real concern of what will happen in the future.”
“Why did we close Bagram’s base? Why did we allow those prisoners to get out? Why would we even close in the summer and withdraw? Why would we withdraw without bringing out all the Americans first? All of these decisions should actually be investigated, so they don’t get repeated,” McCarthy said.
12 Sep 2022