"It looked very much like somebody wanting to do something before they died."
--Joe Getty, on President Biden's trip to Ireland.
"I find this scene to be both lovely and heartbreaking. And I now believe that this trip will be a seminal moment in the Biden presidency". Jack Armstrong shared those words (written by Mark Halperin) in regards to President Joe Biden's resent visit to Ireland (his first as the President of the United States).
Biden, along with his sister Valerie Biden Owens and son Hunter, made the trip to mark the 25th Anniversary of the Good Friday Peace Agreement. It also provided the Biden's with an opportunity to explore their family roots.
But was there more meaning behind the trip--beyond diplomacy and the effort to promote American interests?
In this episode of The Armstrong & Getty Select Cuts Podcast, Jack Armstrong & Joe Getty consider the true significance of the trip....