Youngkin says elec­tion stakes are high: ‘Can’t afford’ more Biden ‘weak­ness’

Gov. Glenn Youngkin (R‑VA) said the nation “can’t afford” more of Pres­i­dent Joe Biden’s “weak­ness.”
Youngkin was asked dur­ing an inter­view on ABC’s This Week if he thought the 2020 pres­i­den­tial elec­tion was stolen, a com­mon claim that for­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump has repeat­ed since leav­ing the White House. The Vir­ginia gov­er­nor stat­ed that while he believes Biden did legit­i­mate­ly win the last pres­i­den­tial elec­tion, he wished that the out­come would have been dif­fer­ent, cit­ing Biden’s “pro­ject­ed weak­ness” at home and abroad.
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“In all can­dor, the chaos we see around the world is his pro­ject­ed weak­ness,” Youngkin said Sun­day. “Inter­na­tion­al for­eign pol­i­cy has result­ed in mul­ti­ple spots of chaos from Israel to Ukraine to Chi­na. His for­eign pol­i­cy weak­ness, again, has result­ed in bad adver­saries being fund­ed, like Iran. And then we see his …