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    Good afternoon,

    This is not the Commander in Chief Americans asked for:



    "It all comes down to [Putin's] decision," " It's one thing if it's a minor incursion," " My guess is Putin will move in" to Ukraine," " We do not have a count we consider to be accurate of the number of Americans."

    Joe Biden's weakness abroad and his skipping out of work to eat ice cream sends anything but a strong message to our enemies. Especially when 8,500 servicemembers across the country and in North Carolina are on " heightened alert for potential deployment to Europe ."



    Biden is doing little to instill confidence in members of North Carolina's military community by taking time out of his " busy" day for an ice cream photo op. Whether it's the Taliban or Russia, Biden's ineptitude is a danger to America, especially when it comes to the millions of troops overseas.

    "We've already seen the results of Biden's backseat foreign policy agenda during his botched Afghanistan withdrawal. Every day that Biden remains Commander in Chief, Americans at home and abroad are less safe." - RNC Spokeswoman Alex Nolley


    Contact: Alex Nolley
    North Carolina Communications Director
    Republican National Committee
    Email: anolley@gop.com
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