China, Japan, and India are deemed “xenophobic” by US President Joe Biden as being unwelcoming to immigrants

US President Joe Biden has referred to Japan and India, two of his nation’s quad friends, as “xenophobic” nations that do not welcome immigration. During an election fundraising address on Wednesday, he extended the concept to China and Russia and contrasted the American economy and government with those of these four nations.

America, democracy, and freedom are at stake in this election. I thus really need you. You know, you and many others have contributed to the expansion of our economy. Why? Because we embrace immigrants,” Biden said at a fundraiser on Wednesday night, according to The White House’s transcript of his remarks. We search for the cause and consider it. Why is China’s economy stalling out so badly? Why is everything in Japan going wrong? Why does Russia exist? For what reason is India important? due to their xenophobia. They don’t want immigration,” said Joe Biden, the Democratic Party’s nominee for president in the November 4 elections.

It is the immigrants that give us strength. Not a jest. We have an inflow of workers that want to be here, so that’s not an exaggeration,” he remarked. Three weeks before his statements, Biden had welcomed Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on an official visit. Both sides made a number of new military agreements known during the visit, calling one of them “the most significant upgrade in our alliance since it was first established.” Biden acknowledged as much.

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