Biden’s failures raise questions on what he means by ‘finish the job’ campaign cry

By Charles Creitz | Fox News

Biden’s vowed to "finish the job" in his heavily-produced video announcing his 2024 re-election campaign. However, with a cratering economy, an increasingly dangerous global dynamic and a lack of domestic and foreign policy deliverables, some critics wonder what "job" he is hoping to "finish."

"He thinks he’s doing a great job," former Bush White House speechwriter Marc Thiessen said Tuesday on "America Reports," adding that despite being long described as a foreign policy wunderkind, Biden has very little achievements to show for his three years in office.

Thiessen recounted Biden claiming he has brought back American leadership on the world stage and that he inherited a country in diplomatic retreat, countering that former President Trump’s accomplishments prove otherwise.

"[W]hat he inherited were four Abraham Accords, the first Middle East peace deals in 25 years — where’s the fifth Abraham Accord? It’s not there. He hasn’t done it," he said.

While Trump forged the USMCA replacement trade agreement for the Clinton-era NAFTA, Biden has done little in the way of updating any trade deals with America’s two contiguous neighbors.

Biden met Wednesday with South Korean President Yoon Suk Jeol, but Thiessen noted it was Trump who forged a deal with Yoon’s predecessor and traveled to Seoul.

"So ‘Mr. Diplomacy’ hasn’t gotten a single international agreement signed in his presidency so far, but he’s the one who’s ‘bringing back American international diplomacy’. Then he says ‘finish the job’," Thiessen continued.

"We have the worst inflation in 40 years, the worst collapse in real wages in four decades, the worst border crisis in American history, the worst crime wave since the 1990s, the worst labor shortages/worker shortage ever in the history of the United States — Finish the job? Most people say … I don’t want any more crises."