The Saturday editions of all national dailies reported on President Biden’s foreign policy speech at the Department of State on Thursday. Yomiuri wrote that the President expressed strong resolve to restore U.S. leadership and international confidence in the United States. Asahi speculated that President Biden delivered a foreign policy speech at the State Department only two weeks after his inauguration to demonstrate at home and abroad that his administration is shifting away from the policies of former President Trump. Mainichi wrote that President Biden expressed a clear position of shifting from an “America First” approach to international cooperation. Sankei wrote that the President’s speech was intended to demonstrate the United States’ intention to exercise leadership by attaching importance to alliance relations and international cooperation.