Biden Makes Massive Blunder In Front Of World Leader, Humiliates America

South Korean President Moon Jae-in visited the White House on Friday and Biden wasted no time in making a fool of himself, according to The Western Journal.

Biden and Jae-in “discussed ways that the Republic of Korea and the United States will work together to address the challenges of our time.”

Subjects discussed concerned pandemic-related issues, fighting climate change and new technological developments.

“We also talked about how to harness our nation’s technological advantages to ensure the Republic of Korea and the United States are cooperating to shape — to shape emerging technologies around our shared value system,” Biden stated.

“This includes everything from strengthening our cybersecurity to deepening our cooperation to build out an open secure G5 network — 5G network, I should say.”

“I’m talking about the G-5, that’s another organization,” Biden stated.

“I’m thinking organization, Mr. President — to secure the 5G networks.”

“Our two nations also share a willingness to engage diplomatically with [North Korea] to take pragmatic steps that will reduce tensions as we move toward our ultimate goal of denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula,” Biden stated.

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“Today, I affirm to President Moon that the United States will proceed in close consultation with the Republic of Korea and our strategy and our approach.”

“It is certain that the U.S. chief executive made a big blunder,” said Kwon Jong-gun, a senior North Korean Foreign Ministry official, according to The New York Times.

Kwon Jong-gun stated, “Clearly reflects his intent to keep enforcing the hostile policy toward” North Korea, and Pyongyang “will be compelled to press for corresponding measures, and with time the U.S. will find itself in a very grave situation.”

From The Western Journal:

There’s a bit of problematic irony here, inasmuch as the “G-5” includes the nation we’re most concerned about securing 5G networks from.

For the uninitiated, the “G-5” is shorthand for a group of developing countries whose economies are considered nearly on par with those of the major industrialized nations, which are collectively known as the Group of 7, or G-7. The G-7 is made up of the United States, Canada, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, and Japan.

In the G-5, the 900-lb. gorilla in the room is China, although it shares the space with Brazil, India, Mexico and South Africa.

China’s technology company Huawei has emerged as one of the leaders — if not the leader — in 5G infrastructure technology. Given the amount of control Beijing has over Huawei, this obviously leads to serious concerns about safeguarding the 5G mobile networks of the future from the G-5’s most powerful member.

Biden admitted that the two leaders were “under no illusions how difficult this is – none whatsoever. The past four administrations have not achieved the objective. It’s an incredibly difficult objective.”

Since Biden took office, Kim Jong-un’s regime has been ramping up its rhetoric. After the president’s address to a joint session of Congress last month, in which he called the nuclear programs of Iran and North Korea “serious threats to American security and the security of the world,” several North Korean sources issued strongly worded statements condemning the speech.

The speech, Kwon said, “clearly reflects his intent to keep enforcing the hostile policy toward” North Korea, and Pyongyang “will be compelled to press for corresponding measures, and with time the U.S. will find itself in a very grave situation.”
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