Donald Trump launched a new attack on Joe Biden after he left Japan on Tuesday – he claimed that he had taken the side of Kim Jong-un by Obama's VP & # 39; s low IQ & # 39; and said the North Korean dictator the Democrat was the & # 39; idiot & # 39; called.
Trump used Twitter to say that he & # 39; was lurking for Sleepy Joe Biden & # 39; when he spoke mockingly about the 2020 candidate in Japan and mildly fascinated American criticism of the North Korean despot Kim Jong-un.
& # 39; I actually came up for Sleepy Joe Biden while on foreign soil, & # 39; Trump tweeted about four hours after he returned to the White House with his wife Melania.
& # 39; Kim Jong Un called him a & # 39; low IQ idiot & many more things, while I quote Chairman Kim as a much softer & # 39; low IQ individual & # 39; told. Who could be angry with that? & # 39;
However, Biden was angry at the Memorial Day attack and in particular waited for the president to return to American soil before shooting back, underlining an attempt to set moral highs by not criticizing a current commander in chief while conducting foreign policy.
& # 39; The President's comments are under the dignity of the office & said Biden Deputy Campaign Leader Kate Bedingfield in a statement.
Biden appeared on Tuesday in a Texas town hall, where the American Federation of Teachers' union was organized, after disappearing from the campaign path for ten days in favor of private fundraisers with well-to-do donors.
Just landed: Trump tweeted a few hours after he returned from Japan to the White House to go after Biden and those who criticized him for not following the tradition that political disputes stop at the US border
Former vice president and front-running Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden waited Tuesday for President Donald Trump to be back on American soil to beat him for a series of insults during his state visit to Tokyo
President Trump, who returned to the White House on Tuesday, ridicules Biden publicly as a & # 39; low IQ individual & # 39; during a joint press conference on Monday with the Japanese prime minister
Trump has opened relationships with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, a movement that quickly beat Team Biden as un-public and non-patriotic
Trump said Monday at a joint press conference with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe that & Kim Jong-un made a statement that Joe Biden is a low-IQ person. He is probably based on his record. I think I agree with him on that, & # 39;
Bedingfield has framed Trump's comments as non-patriotic.
& # 39; Being on foreign soil, on Memorial Day, and repeatedly opting for a murderous dictator against an American colleague and former vice-president speaks for itself, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; And it is part of a pattern of embracing autocrats at the expense of our institutions – whether Putin is taking the word worthless in Helsinki or & # 39; exchange love letters & # 39; with Kim Jong Un. & # 39; & # 39;
Trump also tore Biden off on Monday because of the & # 39; terrible & # 39; Iranian nuclear deal that the Obama administration negotiated with a group of allies.
& # 39; Joe Biden was a disaster & # 39 ;, he told reporters. & # 39; His administration, with President Obama, they were actually a disaster when it came to so many things, whether it was about economics, whether it was military or defense. Whatever it was, they had many problems. So I'm not a fan, & he said.
Trump recalled that the agreement with Iran, originally intended to prevent the Islamist nation from building an atomic bomb, was a way for the country to wait for its time and build one in the long term.
Je If you look at the deal that Biden and President Obama signed, they had access – free access – to nuclear weapons, where they would not even be in violation, in just a very short time. What kind of deal is that? & # 39; he asked.
The president continues to defend his decision to defrost the icy wall that existed between Pyongyang and Washington since the 1953 ceasefire agreement that ended the Korean War.
& # 39; Kim Jong-un understands the incredible economic potential that this country has & # 39 ;, he said Monday. & # 39; It lies between Russia and China, on the one hand, and South Korea on the other, and it is all water-owned. & # 39;
& # 39; It's a great location, as we always said in the real estate industry. And I think he sees that. & # 39;
Trump & # 39; s blow in Biden as a & # 39; low IQ individual & # 39; on Monday a reference to an insult North Korea had used in an unsigned editorial was published by a state-run news agency
Saturday's tweets: how Trump was after Biden and soft-pedaled on Kim while he was in Japan
Abe praised Trump on Monday for adopting a & # 39; new approach & # 39; for North Korea that promises to slightly mainstream the hermit nation in the region.
& # 39; President Trump broke the scale of this confidence with President Kim Jong-un, & # 39; he said, announcing that he would like to sit with the dictator.
Republican delegate Peter King from New York was one of the few conservatives to punish Trump for campaigning against Biden during a trip abroad
Trump & # 39; s reference to Kim & # 39; s assessment of Biden's mental abilities was a nod to an editorial article published by the North Korean Korean Central News Agency.
The unsigned column cured a series of insults at Biden, including the conclusion that it had a & # 39; layer IQ & # 39; has.
Fox News Channel commentator Howard Kurtz and Republican delegate Peter King from New York were among a handful of conservative voices that put Trump to the test of campaigning against Biden while overseas on the taxpayer dime.
& # 39; Error for @ POTUS Trump to criticize @JoeBiden in Japan and agree with Kim Jong-un. Politics stops on the water's edge, & # 39; King tweeted Monday. & # 39; Never from right to left with murderous dictator versus fellow American. & # 39;
Kurtz said Monday that & # 39; embrace … what a murderous North Korean dictator had to say about Joe Biden and then doubled in the press conference & # 39; was inappropriate.
& # 39; I think that has crossed a bright red line, even for a president who enjoys the bursting of political norms, & Kurtz said.
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