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Merkel under fire for failing to choose sides between communist China and capitalist US



President Biden's administration has been outsmarted by German Chancellor Angela Merkel on basic security fronts, Richard Grenell, the previous acting head of public insight for the Trump organization, revealed to Fox News.


"You need to offer it to Chancellor Merkel: She outsmarted Joe Biden in only three weeks. Merkel made it clear she would not favor one side between socialist China and entrepreneur America, switched the 10,000 U.S. troop withdrawal that Trump recently declared and got the Biden organization to quit implementing Nord Stream 2 assents," Grenell said.


A week ago, Biden froze the arrangement to pull out American soldiers from the Federal Republic. In December, Congress passed enactment — the National Defense Authorization Act — that contains sanctions focusing on organizations and people engaged with the Nord Stream 2 undertaking.


The Nord Stream 2 arrangement with Russian President Vladimir Putin's system will move Russian gas to the Federal Republic through a pipeline running under the Baltic Sea. Pundits say the task will guarantee that Germany gets reliant for its energy needs on Russia—a significant foe of the US and Europe.


For Grenell, who was the primary straightforwardly gay individual to hold a U.S. Bureau level position and who additionally filled in as diplomat to Berlin from 2018 to 2020, the "message is you can have a 'Germany First' strategy, have your organizations completely drew in with China, and you don't have to favor one side between Communist China and America.


"Merkel consistently needed to get back to the table where she sits opposite a feeble U.S. president," he kept, adding that she didn't care for the Trump organization's "conditional discretion."


As per Grenell, at that point President Donald Trump told Merkel: "I don't reprimand you for needing approaches that advantage Germany, however you can't censure me for standing up for America."


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