Since taking office President Joe Biden has pursued an ambitious set of policies aimed at transitioning the country off of fossil fuels in the name of fighting climate change.
When it comes to foreign producers, Biden has much friendlier policies, according to Tim Stewart, president of the U.S. Oil and Gas Association. These policies, Stewart said on the "John Solomon Reports" podcast Thursday, are undermining national security.
Stewart said the Biden administration has largely ignored sanctions on Iran, allowing the country to export a million barrels per day, while unfreezing $6 billion in oil payments held in a South Korean bank. Thursday, the administration announced a deal to ease sanctions on Venezuelan production.
Stewart compared it to a dating game, but with foreign dictators. “He’s trying to decide which dictator he wants to date,” Stewart said.
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