Biden continues to be a global embarrassment.
Biden met with French President Emmanuel Macron while in Rome.
This comes after the disastrous fallout of Biden’s AUKUS deal.
Biden admitted the deal was clumsy and that he had no clue the French weren’t told.
President Biden called the U.S.-Australia submarine deal "clumsy," adding that France is an "extremely valued partner."
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President Biden sought to soothe tensions with France during his first in-person meeting with French President Emanuel Macron since the United States announced a trilateral agreement with the United Kingdom and Australia.
Biden admitted that the announcement of the deal, which angered the French, was “clumsy,” and said France is an “extremely valued partner.” Biden met with Macron in Rome Friday ahead of the G20 summit.
“The answer is, what happened was, to use an English phrase, what we did was clumsy,” Biden said. “I want to make it clear France is an extremely valued partner.”
Biden said that he was “under the impression that France was informed long before” the U.S., United Kingdom and Australia announced its trilateral agreement, which is set to focus on developing Australia’s nuclear-powered submarine capabilities – an effort France was working to undertake with Australia.
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