British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Friday lauded the work of President BidenJoe BidenLoss of life toll from winter climate rises to not less than 40: AP On The Money: House panel spars over GameStop, Robinhood | Manchin meets with advocates for wage | Yellen says go large, GOP says maintain off Top political donor sentenced to 12 years in jail for unlawful marketing campaign contributions MORE in his first few weeks within the White House, remarking that America is again “as chief of the free world,” in serving to to unite the West.”As you’ve got seen and heard earlier, America is unreservedly again because the chief of the free world and that may be a improbable factor,” Johnson instructed the Munich Security Conference, referring to a speech Biden gave earlier within the day.British Prime Minister Boris Johnson: “America is unreservedly again because the chief of the free world and that may be a improbable factor.”— The Hill (@thehill) February 19, 2021During his digital look at a session of the Munich Security Conference, Biden emphasised America’s assist for the transatlantic alliance and pledged to work collectively to handle mutual challenges.“I’m sending a transparent message to the world, America is again. The transatlantic alliance is again and we aren’t wanting backward. We are wanting ahead collectively,” Biden stated.Biden’s message marked a transparent departure from the “America first” international coverage method that his predecessor President TrumpDonald TrumpThune: Trump allies partaking in ‘cancel tradition’ by punishing senators who voted to convict Biden administration open to restarting nuclear talks with Iran Trump-McConnell rift divides GOP donors MORE enacted throughout his 4 years in workplace. Some of the measures taken underneath that method additionally triggered battle with European international locations.”The gloom has been overdone,” Johnson stated. “And we’re turning a nook and the international locations we name the West are drawing collectively and mixing their formidable power and experience as soon as once more.”