DAILY CALLER SENIOR WHITE HOUSE CORRESPONDENT
President Joe Biden’s speech to the U.N. General Assembly on Tuesday called for “relentless diplomacy” and a push for nations to “work together as never before.” It was a stark departure from former President Donald Trump’s messaging to the group in 2019, when the then-president touted America’s strength and strongly urged world leaders to reject globalism.
“As we look ahead, we will lead,” Biden declared, summing up his message to world leaders Tuesday. “We will lead on all the greatest challenges of our time – from COVID to climate, peace and security, human dignity and human rights. But we will not go it alone.”
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