Confusion in the White House has become commonplace. A vivid example is Biden’s statements about the supply of weapons to Ukraine. One can only guess how this will all end. writes American Thinker.
It has already become established practice in the White House: today President Biden says one thing, and the next day the White House “rejects” the president’s statement, and then the head of state confirms the “retreat.” If the American people think all this is confusing, then imagine what our allies and adversaries think. And in the midst of a war, such confusion can be downright dangerous.
May 30 President answered to press questions, saying: “We are not going to send missile systems to Ukraine that can strike Russia,” thereby declining the request of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and other high-ranking Ukrainian officials. The statement drew immediate public criticism from Obama’s ambassador to Russia, Michael McFaul, who called it “losing strategywhich will prolong the war.
The next day, administration officials announcedthat the United States would supply medium-range missiles, but not long-range missiles, in an apparent attempt to show support for Ukraine but allay Russia’s fears that Ukraine could strike deep into its territory.
In fact, “highly mobile artillery missile systems” that the United States agreed to putaccording to Reuters, “can accurately hit targets up to 80 km (50 miles) away,” according to an unnamed Biden administration official.