Friday on Huntsville radio's WVNN's "The Dale Jackson Show," U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) said she was "embarrassed for the country" while watching President Joe Biden on the debate stage the night before.

Britt called into question the decision to have Biden debate former President Donald Trump to bid for four more years in the White House when it doesn't look like he can lead four more months. She hoped voters would realize how "weak" the president appeared on Thursday is how weak he looks when in talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

"Look, I was embarrassed for the country," Britt lamented. "You think about Joe Biden's family and top Democrats that chose to put him on that stage last night. Obviously, that stage was about they believed in somebody that they wanted for four more years. I'm not sure he can lead for four more months. But what they did for the United States of America is they gave the world a front row seat into how weak our commander-in-chief is."

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"I said it in my State of the Union: America deserves better than a diminished and dithering leader, and it is exactly what we have," she continued. "That is why chaos has ensued across the globe. That is why the world is truly on fire. And Americans' lives are obviously less safe, and certainly families are less strong, and we're seeing why - what we saw last night was truly an embarrassment."

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