AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, Pool Welp, that was a short marriage. Mere months after glowingly calling the new love of their life “a return to adulthood,” no-longer-swooning European leaders have kicked the inept “cheater” — beleaguered Joe Biden — to the curb, correctly labeling his haphazard, unilateral, disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan, “cowardice,” “the greatest debacle that NATO has experienced since its foundation,” and worse. Europe sours on Biden – BBC Candidate for German Chancellor called Afghan withdrawal “greatest debacle that NATO has experienced since its founding” Czech President labeled @POTUS ‘ actions “cowardice” https://t.co/ANeZK9b56E — Jaxon Pollock (@PollockJaxon) September 3, 2021 At the NATO summit in 2017, French President Emanuel Macron dug his fingertips into then-President Donald Trump’s hand, as reported by the BBC, staring him in the face. Macron would later say: “It wasn’t innocent. In my bilateral dialogues, I won’t let anything pass.” My latest for @ForeignPolicy about @EmmanuelMacron ‘s bid for “strategic autonomy” in the Middle East after the U.S. retreat from Afghanistan. https://t.co/y6tcUX8nFA — J. Alex Tarquinio (@alextarquinio) September 3, 2021 Four years later, at the recent G7 summit in Cornwall, Macron again grasped the moment. As cameras snapped, the French president walked across the beach with his arm around the new American president, Joe Biden. The body language shift was clear, said the BBC: “the two sides arm-in-arm once again.” There wasn’t much social distancing going on as Emmanuel Macron and Joe Biden walked arm in arm at the G7 summit. Get live G7 updates: https://t.co/b7yaJmmibf pic.twitter.com/ozspiUpHKt — Sky News (@SkyNews) June 11, 2021 That was then, this is now.