As if Biden needed to look any weaker, he did just that when he prematurely evacuated America's troops from Afghanistan in 2021.
General Frank McKenzie, the former head of U.S. Central Command, thinks that America's enemies made incorrect assessments about America's willingness to defend and assist allies that need help following the withdrawal.
"I think our actions in August 2021 convinced potential opponents that we were weak and feckless, and they may have drawn certain conclusions from that," McKenzie said.
"I believe that they were wrong in those conclusions, that we would not stand behind our friends, that we couldn't be depended on the crisis, and that we would turn and run from places of danger," he added.
Now, we're seeing things happen across the world that maybe we wouldn't have seen if Biden not made a major blunder.
"We are concerned that China will reiterate calls for a ceasefire that leaves Russian forces inside Ukraine sovereign territory," National Security Council coordinator John Kirby said. "And any ceasefire that does not address the removal of Russian forces from Ukraine would effectively ratify Russia’s illegal conquests, enabling Russia to entrench its positions and then to restart the war at a more advantageous time for them."