President Joseph R. Biden (D) has once again demonstrated that his memory, such as it is or was, is gone and that he is and has been a liar. In another way, he makes stuff up to better his image. Then, maybe, because he says it, he thinks it to be true.
According to the reports, President Joe Biden bragged at a Chanukah candle-lighting ceremony that he had known every Israeli prime minister since Golda Meir. Biden said that he had a chance to. She invited me to come over because he contacted the Egyptians over the Suez Canal.
In June 1967, Joseph Biden was a mediocre law student at Syracuse University when the Six-Day War broke out. Muslim countries that promised to “drive Israel into the sea” failed, just as their forefathers had done hundreds of years before. No, Biden or a forefather wasn’t a “liaison” back then.
Moreover, President Joe Biden was a Delaware senator in 1967, and Israel’s Prime Minister Golda Meir was the Israeli Prime Minister. The Middle East was in upheaval. Days before the commencement of hostilities in 1967, the US Senate dispatched Biden to Israel for discussions with Meir, even though she had not invited him.
A former White House foreign policy staffer described President Joe Biden as someone who “displayed a passion and made statements that betrayed his lack of diplomatic expertise” in a released State Department dossier on Richard Nixon and Golda Meir. According to the text, Biden held high regard for Meir and stated that he had learned from the Israeli leader several times. Things become more similar the more they change. “There is nothing new under the sun,” King Solomon said, and the French later echoed it: “plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.”