Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) took a dim view of President Biden’s meeting with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson ahead of this year’s G7 Summit, telling Fox News Thursday that it produced nothing but “fluff and happy talk.”
Earlier in the day, the two world leaders unveiled an updated version of the 1941 Atlantic Charter inked by Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill during World War II. While the original version committed the US and the UK to be leaders of the post-war world, the updated document identified urgent 21st century issues including, in Biden’s words “cybersecurity,” “emerging technologies,” “global health,” and “climate change”.
“We’ve had two cyberattacks on our economy coming from Russian territory, by Russian organizations I think are given a pass by the Russian government. They’re probably working together, to be honest with you,” Graham told “The Ingraham Angle”. “And you have growing evidence that the coronavirus came out of a lab in China, not nature. And