Ratcliffe told host Trey Gowdy on "Fox News Primetime" that foreign policy is one particular area where Biden and his administration have actually taken the exact opposite tact as Trump did during his presidency.
"The Biden administration seems so intent on proving Trump wrong they are going to prove him right at the sake of national security, literally snatch defeat from the jaws of victory," he said.
"We are enjoying peace in the Middle East because Iran is poorer, weaker and less influential than they've been in decades and nobody can argue otherwise with a straight face, and that's because we pulled out of the JCPOA (Iran nuclear deal) and implemented sanctions that have put Iranian regime on the verge of real trouble and preventing them from engaging in the kind of mayhem across the Middle East that has allowed the peace agreements, the peace accords to move forward."
"The [Biden administration] wants to go the opposite direction."
Ratcliffe said most Middle Eastern countries, such as the ones involved in Trump's Abraham Accords, do not want to see the Iran nuclear deal restored or changed.
The only nations supportive of the Biden-Kerry plan on that front appear to be Russia and China, he advised.
"Why the Biden administration would be listening to them and move forward on this, it is baffling. But it is jeopardizing the national security. I hope they will back off."
Concerning the different key areas of the world, Gowdy guided how Biden said in the past that China "are not bad folks" and "are not going to eat [America's] lunch."
However, after a February call with Chinese leader Xi Jinping, Biden seemed to flip the script and say that if the U.S. "doesn't get moving, they're going to eat our lunch," Gowdy, further noted.
Biden and Xi are registered to meet in Anchorage on March 18. Ratcliffe said he could already predict the formal "readout" from the forthcoming meeting between the two leaders, mentioning it will say they spoke about trade, intellectual property theft, and other problems.
Ratcliffe said that if he were the president, he would not move on to another subject before he got a strong dedication from Beijing on full clarity concerning the coronavirus's origins in Wuhan province and other related answers.
"The concern is that the rhetoric on China has been pretty good. But the actions haven't backed it up. Our concern is that we may not get the answers if they don't keep their foot on the gas," he said.