Will NATO leaders mendaciously campaign for Joe Biden?

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This week in Washington, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization will celebrate its founding seventy-five years ago. The party seems likely, though, to be as much a campaign event for Joe Biden’s reelection as a platform for affirming and renewing the alliance in an increasingly dangerous world.

It comes as Team Biden struggles to persuade panicking Democrats that he should remain their nominee. But a man in Biden’s clearly enfeebled condition will likely be unable to stay awake throughout, let alone effectively run, the three days of meetings.

So, will the leaders of NATO’s member nations be complicit at this critical juncture in the sort of fraud concerning Biden’s physical limitations that has been perpetrated by both domestic and foreign interlocutors for the past three and a half years? Doing so would undermine, rather than shore up, Americans’ necessary support for the alliance.

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