Fox News Channel's Bret Baier recently left America stunned when he did something that is rarely done on the largely conservative network:
Praise President Joe Biden.
Now Baier isn't saying that Joe Biden is the long-term solution at the top, but he just wants to give credit where credit is due.
This doesn't mean that Joe Biden is a conservative hero now.
This doesn't mean that we can trust Joe Biden.
This doesn't mean that Joe Biden needs to stay in office for another term.
It just means that news of the attack went about as well as we could have hoped.
Bret Baier simply wanted to point out that Dirty Joe is actually having a "couple of good weeks" because of America killing Al Qaeda leader Ayman Al Zawahiri.
Co-host Jesse Waters said of Ayman's death, "Well, obviously a great win for the United States and a clear victory over terrorism. Politically for the president, we’ve just talked about it in the A-block, how the administration and some in the media have been framing this as the resurgence of the Biden presidency and a few things about to be passed in Congress. And now this big strike announcement tonight. Do you think the president is going to look to capitalize on this momentum and head into August after being down for quite some time on the mat?"
"100%, Jesse. I mean, listen, you can’t take away that this has been a couple of good weeks for the president, who has been, we haven’t seen too much of, he’s been behind the scenes with COVID, but he is at least on the precipice of a couple of legislative wins. We don’t know if it’ll all line up, but it seems like it is. And obviously got the CHIPs bill now with this announcement. Again, it will be positive. You can’t look at it any other way, and it will not take away from the horrible nature in which we got out of Afghanistan. But it will enable them to make the case that they’re still fighting terrorists around the globe," Bret Baier responded.
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