WASHINGTON, DC – The problem U.S. President Joe Biden faces today is that he has more than 50 years in the public spotlight that defines who and what he is. As he now grapples with Haitians crossing the U.S. border with Mexico and setting up a refugee camp that houses as many as 10,000 Haitians who illegally crossed the border, Biden’s past might come back to haunt him.
“Ethnicity dominates, that is a phenomenal potential consequence of the United States if Haiti, a god awful thing to say if Haiti just quietly sunk into the Caribbean or rose up 300 feet wouldn’t matter a whole lot.”
The flashback comes from 1994 when he was a Senator in Delaware
Biden was asked about then-President Bill Clinton’s possible military intervention in Haiti and Biden wanted to make it clear that what happens in Haiti has absolutely no impact on America.