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Being a politician with an Irish heritage is a useful tool in America. There are plenty of votes in it. One in ten citizens are able to trace their roots back to the Emerald Isle and St Patrick’s Day on March 17 is one of the nation’s biggest celebrations.
Joe Biden’s family left Ballina, Co. Mayo, for the US in 1850 so it’s very much in his interest to stick his conk into our fight with the EU over whether we can send sausages to Northern Ireland without having to face EU bureaucracy.
I wish he would keep his conk out. There are many more important issues for him to deal with than the humble sausage. He has let it be known that he feels Boris Johnson is “inflaming Irish tensions”. That is tosh.
The Good Friday Agreement will not be affected by sausages. Biden is flexing his muscles on this and I can’t understand it.
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Apparently America’s most senior diplomat in London is to issue something called a demarch, a formal diplomatic reprimand seldom exchanged between allies.
They are often issued with a summons for a country’s ambassador to attend the Foreign office as in the case of Belarus after the diversion of a Ryanair flight to its territory last months.
Has Biden gone barking mad. To equate our little local difficulty with a Russia, China or Turkey row is ridiculous and makes me wonder if Biden has any brains at all.
He should focus on the big global issues and leave the little stuff to others. I am beginning to wish Trump was back. At least he would have been on our side in the fight.
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