Cruz Rips Biden Following D-Day Trip To Normandy: He’s Not Winston Churchill, He’s Neville Chamberlain

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) ripped President Joe Biden following his trip to Normandy, France, this week to commemorate the 80th anniversary of D-Day.

Cruz made the remarks during his “Verdict” podcast with co-host Ben Ferguson while talking about Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s recent comparison between D-Day and the war in Ukraine.

“This White House does all politics all the time. That’s what they do, they spin, spin, spin,” he said. “And the two are fundamentally different. You know, I wish they would treat a solemn commemoration like this for what it is, a solemn commemoration, and not treat it as another day of politics.”

He then ripped Biden for his policy of appeasement toward Russian President Vladimir Putin, arguing that it was Biden’s fault that the war erupted in the first place.

“Joe Biden gave multibillion dollar gifts to Vladimir Putin when he waived sanctions on the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, sanctions that I authored, I wrote the legislation,” he said. “And Putin stopped building that pipeline the day President Trump signed my sanctions legislation into law.”

He continued, “If Donald Trump were still in the White House, the war in Ukraine would not have happened. It’s Joe Biden’s weakness that caused the war in Ukraine. And by the way, as much as Biden and Blinken want to see themselves as Churchill and FDR, if there is a World War Two analogy, then Biden is Neville Chamberlain. He is the one who is weak, he is the appeaser. He is the one who gave billions to Russia. He is the one who gives billions to Iran. He’s the one that constantly showed weakness to our enemies, which is why we went from peace and prosperity, what he inherited three and a half years ago, to two simultaneous wars playing out across the face of the globe.”

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