You can guarantee that Joe Biden didn’t want his moment caught on camera and it was a decisive blow to his agenda.
If this isn’t an indictment of how bad the Biden administration is I don’t know what is.
French President Emmanuel Macron politely torched President Biden but the damage was done.
Marcon caught up with President Biden who was walking with aid Jake Sullivan. Macron, whose country is deeply affected by the war in Ukraine told Biden that Saudi Arabia and the United Abra Emirates are unable to produce more oil.
“I had a call with MbZ,” Macron was heard telling U.S. President Joe Biden while he was walking during the G7 summit, using shorthand for UAE leader Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan. “He told me two things. I’m at a maximum, maximum (production capacity). This is what he claims.”
“And then he said (the) Saudis can increase by 150 (thousands of barrels per day). Maybe a little bit more, but they don’t have huge capacities before six months’ time,” Macron said.
Biden just stared as Macron begged him to let American companies resume Trump-era levels oil-producing levels. Biden tried to walk away but Macron followed him forcing Sullivan to jump in and peel Biden away.
French President Emmanuel Macron tells Biden that begging the UAE and Saudi Arabia for more oil won’t work.
Biden should unleash American energy! pic.twitter.com/4eWQ2RyIHV
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) June 27, 2022
Joe Biden is leaving our allies out to dry.
Not only is he willing to leave our allies out to dry he’s willing to allow a global recession and famine because of his obsession with Putin.
NEW: Even if Western arms don’t change the battlefield equation, US officials describe the stakes of ensuring Russia doesn’t win in Ukraine as so high that they are willing to countenance even a global recession & mounting hunger. From @danlamothe & me https://t.co/HeOdarWHOB
— Missy Ryan (@missy_ryan) June 17, 2022
The UAE has confirmed they are almost at maximum production.
“In light of recent media reports, I would like to clarify that the UAE is producing near to our maximum production capacity based on its current OPEC+ production baseline,” said Energy Minister Suhail bin Mohammed Al Mazrouei.