Pic of the Day | Biden avoids talk of administration's failures by trying to focus on Russia-Ukraine conflict
The president of the United States, Joe Biden, delivered his first State of the Union Address on March 1. Against the backdrop of the Russia-Ukraine conflict, Russia became the focus of his speech.
Biden took the opportunity to announce that the United States would close its airspace to all Russian aircraft. He reiterated that U.S. troops would not enter Ukraine to fight with Russian forces.
The analysis points out that Biden's speech spends a lot of time on the issue of Ukraine but hardly mentions anything about the setback of the Welfare Bill and the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan. It shows that Biden tries to use the conflicts in Ukraine to "reset" his policy goals and restore his support to face the mid-term elections at the end of this year.