Biden Reversed These Trump Policies After Assuming Office

The sitting president of the United States is up for re-election in the fast approaching 2024 presidential election. Currently, the contest is forecast to be a rematch of the 2020 contest in which the 45th President Donald Trump was defeated by Biden, a long standing career public servant from Delaware and Pennsylvania. While both men are unpopular, Joel B. Pollak, a writer for Breitbart News, pointed out many of Bidens policy alterations that rescinded his predecessors (Trumps) policies. Pollak argued that Bidens decisions have made the United States less safe. Firstly, Biden restored funding to the Palestinian State, which is currently at war with Israel. Trump signed the Taylor Force Act while serving as president and this piece of legislation prevented the American government from allocating funds for the Palestinian authority and the UNRWA (or the United Nations Relief and Works Agency). This agency had several employees involved in the October 7th, 2023 terrorist attacks by the organization Hamas and over 1,000 Israelis were murdered in cold blood by members of the Islamist extremist group.

Biden and fellow progressive Democrats have long claimed that Trump is a Russian sympathizer and may even be friends with the nations president Vladimir Putin. Biden had accused Trump of being weak in the past and said he would be a stronger president when it came to Ukraine. Despite these claims, Biden took measures that strengthened Russia, like removing Trumps sanctions on Russia’s pipeline named the Nord Stream 2. Additionally, following America’s withdrawal from Afghanistan in the summer of 2021, Putin invaded Ukraine, and that conflict continues to rage onward.

Recent poll numbers have not produced calming results for the incumbent president. In another report, the former president Trump is now leading Biden in several swing states. While polls are often misleading, this is not a strong sign for the incumbent President and definitely a cause for worry as the general election nears ever closer.