World Leaders Poke Fun At Donald Trump At NATO Reception

Пятница, 06 Дек, 2019

Biden's campaign was also bolstered on Thursday by the endorsement of John Kerry, the former USA senator, secretary of State and Democratic presidential nominee.

US President Donald Trump (L) talks with Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit at the Grove hotel in Watford, northeast of London, December 4, 2019.

The pointed ad marks the continued fallout after Trudeau, French President Emmanuel Macron, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and other dignitaries were caught on camera Tuesday engaging in a brief exchange apparently about Trump that quickly spiraled into an global incident.

Biden's campaign claimed the presidential candidate was actually saying "look, fact" to correct the voter's comments.

Though it does appear that Trudeau knows China and Japan are two very different countries with very distinct cultures, histories, and languages, it didn't prevent the embarrassing slip up.

"Trump's not interested in worldwide relations", says Wiseman.

"We all know [President Donald] Trump has been messing around in the Ukraine over there, holding their foreign aid. saying they're going to investigate you", he said.

Biden said, "You see it on the TV".

"You see it on TV? You're selling access to the president", the man said.

Biden told the Iowa voters that, "No one has said my son did anything wrong".

"Why don't you just get out of here?" a man, believed to be a Biden supporter, said to the attendee who sparred with the presidential hopeful.

But the rapid response director for the Republican National Committee, Steve Guest, quickly tweeted: "Joe Biden doesn't know how to treat voters ..."

"I don't endorse lightly", Kerry said, citing his decades of experience working with Biden in the Senate and Obama's cabinet on everything from nuclear proliferation to climate change to domestic issues, like gun safety and immigration.

Before sitting down, the man said he was not planning to vote for Biden.

"And by the way, I'm not sedentary", Biden, 77, continued.

"I'm not trying to mess anybody's campaign up", Gorman said.

"You did not hear that at all".

"But they usually tend to express it in slightly different language, and I think there's usually a willingness to try and sort it out".

The man shrugged and said: "You don't have any more backbone than Trump does"-a comment greeted with boos from the rest of the room".

California Sen. Kamala Harris, a candidate who once seemed to pose a strong challenge to Biden among two key groups in his base - African-Americans and the party's establishment - dropped out of the race.

"The Fake News Media is doing everything possible to belittle my VERY successful trip to London for NATO", Trump tweeted, adding that there was "only deep respect" for the U.S.

Meanwhile, Biden said he looks forward to Kerry joining him Friday in Iowa.