While many Americans have questioned who really is in charge when it comes to Joe Biden and his failing administration, Senator Tom Cotton doesn’t believe you need to look much farther than the face of our country: Joe Biden himself.
“No one really seems to think Joe Biden is in charge,” Dave Rubin says to Cotton, adding, “it’s a bizarre thing to talk about, and yet, nobody really thinks he’s the one pulling the strings.”
Cotton is no stranger to this question, and he has the answer.
“My consistent answer is now, obviously, Joe Biden is in charge because no one else could screw things up as badly as Joe Biden has,” Cotton tells Rubin.
“The best case and point of that is the Afghanistan fiasco in 2021. I have it on pretty good authority that most of Joe Biden’s senior aides and cabinet secretaries recommended against that course of action,” Cotton explains.
“Absolutely, Joe Biden is still in charge, because he has a unique ability to screw things up,” he adds.
Cotton tells Rubin it’s the big things that Biden has the most control over.
“On Afghanistan, on pussy footing around with Ukraine, on appeasing and conciliating Iran, on the big spending blowouts in 2021 and 2022 that produced record-high inflation — that’s Joe Biden,” Cotton says.
“It may not be him like down to every comma and every clause and piece of legislation, but that’s Joe Biden giving the direction, and it’s a bad direction for the country,” he adds.
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