Biden, Dodging Criticism Over Illegal Aliens in New York, Will Lurk in Alaska, Where He Could Face a Chilly Reception
President Biden plans to skip New York City’s annual remembrance of the terror attack on September 11. Instead, he will spend the day in Alaska, about as far away as possible. Who can blame him?
New Yorkers remember September 11 for not only the terror attacks that brought down the World Trade towers and killed some 2,700 people, but also now as the date by which Mr. Biden promised to withdraw our troops from Afghanistan.
Given the horrifying execution of that plan, which caused the deaths of 13 American service members, most Americans will be in no mood to celebrate. Moreover, Mr. Biden’s recent travels have shown that the president risks humiliation when venturing out.
While at Lake Tahoe, Mr. Biden emerged from a Pilates class and was greeted with boos from the attendant crowd. Not long before, Mr. Biden had been booed when he visited Maui, trying to repair the political damage done by his insensitive reaction to the island’s wildfires.
Yet few places might be less welcoming of the president today than New York City, which is currently hosting more than 100,000 illegal aliens, thanks to Mr. Biden’s dismantling of our border security.
Published in The New York Sun