President Joe Biden alluded several times before leaders of the G-7 that he is taking back foreign policy commitments rejected as harmful to Americans by former President Donald Trump.

A Biden administration official was the one who reported on some of the speeches delivered by Biden on Feb. 19, as they were closed to the press according to The Blaze on Feb. 20. 

In one of them Biden spoke about, “his plans to dramatically reshape the U.S. foreign policy agenda.” The G-7 is composed of the United States, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and the United Kingdom. 

Another of his speeches contained the message that “declare[d] that America is back and the trans-Atlantic alliance is back.” 

Biden also spoke about “the core proposition that the trans-Atlantic alliance is a cornerstone for American engagement in the world in the 21st century, just as it was in the 20th.”

Moreover, he adopted a diametrically opposed political attitude to NATO than that of his predecessor Trump. 

The above statements coupled with his expression, “America is not going backwards,” are taken by The Blaze editor Cris Enloe as indicating that Biden put an end to the strategy by which Trump prioritized the country, in the international arena.

State Department spokesman Ned Price reported on its plans to negotiate with Iran again, which was harshly criticized by Republican congressmen. 

“The United States would accept an invitation from the European Union High Representative to attend a meeting of the P5+1 and Iran to discuss a diplomatic way forward on Iran’s nuclear program,” Price said this week, according to France24. 

Rejoining the Iran deal would be one of Biden’s most risky steps backward for national security, given that Iran will continue to produce uranium for the production of atomic bombs.

This is inferred from what was said by the former Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, who, contrary to the actions of the European Union, did not give in to the Iranian regime’s demands. 

“Adopting the European Union model of accommodation will guarantee Iran a path to a nuclear arsenal,” Pompeo emphasized. 

Biden also rejoined the controversial Paris Agreement, even at the cost of losing millions of jobs going forward, and ruining Trump’s 70-year record energy independence.  

Clearly, many of the executive orders signed by Biden in his first weeks in office completely dismantle gains that benefited Americans and confirm that Biden’s priority is his leftist political agenda, even if it means the United States loses the priority and first place granted and defended by Trump.