Biden neglects internal affairs to visit Ukraine they say in

Biden neglects internal affairs to visit Ukraine, they say in the US

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, a Republican, said after hearing the news of the trip in an appearance on Fox News that “we have a lot of pent-up issues in our own country that he’s neglecting.”

“While he’s there, I think, and a lot of Americans do, he’s very worried about half the world’s borders. He has done nothing to secure our own borders here at home,” said the highest authority in that state.

For his part, House Representative Matt Gaetz (also a Florida Republican) wrote on Twitter that when there is a crisis at the country’s border, the President goes home to take a nap in Delaware (the state where he resides privately). close.

“Therefore, I am not surprised that Biden is leaving the United States for Ukraine on President’s Day (a federal holiday celebrated this Monday),” the lawmaker added.

Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene also slammed the Oval Office resident in a tweet for not visiting Ohio, where a train derailment earlier this month caused an environmental disaster, The Hill newspaper reported.

“Biden did not travel to East Palestine, Ohio on President’s Day. He went to Ukraine, a NON-NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) nation whose leader is an actor and which now appears to be leading our U.S. military into a world war.”

That day, as everyone awaited the US President’s arrival in Poland, he made what the media here described as a surprise visit to Ukraine to announce another alleged aid package that would include more equipment, artillery ammunition, javelins and howitzers .

The stay comes a few days after the first anniversary of Russia’s special military operation on Ukrainian territory, which began on February 24, 2022 following a Moscow-recognized request for help from the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics and has endured eight years of persecution and genocide by Kiev.

The criticism of Biden’s trip comes at a time when some members of the Republican Party are angered by the large American support for this European country and some are calling on the White House to present a clear path to ending the conflict, he pointed out to The Hill.

The White House has pledged more than $27 billion in military aid to Kiev, and Moscow has denounced that this type of position fuels and prolongs tensions in Europe.