Joe Biden has warned that Donald Trump could accidentally lead the US into a war with Iran before the 2020 elections.
The former vice-president focused on the current president during a campaign fund on Sunday afternoon at the home of Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont in Greenwich.
He said he believes Trump will be defeated in the next election, but expresses concern about what he could achieve for that.
& # 39; What worries me most about him is the more pressure he gets, the more erratic he becomes & # 39 ;, said Biden.
& # 39; He has one more year. He can easily get us into a war in Iran. He can easily get us into a conflict that means he didn't even understand what he was doing. This is a very, very, very delicate time between now and next November. & # 39;
The leader in 2020 added optimistically: & I choose hope over fear. I choose truth over lies. I choose science over fiction. There we are with this guy. & # 39;
Democratic 2020 leader Joe Biden warned that his potential competitor President Donald Trump could accidentally lead the US into a war with Iran before the next election during a campaign event on Sunday in Connecticut
Biden tweeted a call for Trump & # 39; s accusation shortly after the campaign event ended
Biden also claimed that if Trump were to stay in the White House for another four years, this would lead to the end of the NATO alliance between the US, Canada and Europe.
He mentioned Trump several times during his Sunday speech, but stayed away from all comments about the president's calls for an investigation into his son Hunter's ties with Ukraine.
The former cattle is accused of using his position to force the removal of a Ukrainian prosecutor who was investigating a natural gas company that Hunter served on the board of directors.
Biden & # 39; s harrowing remarks about Trump deviated from the predominantly positive tone of his speech when he said: & # 39; I have never been more optimistic about the possibilities and opportunities of America than now. & # 39;
& # 39; With this guy (Trump) out of the way, number one, the country is prepared because they are reminded of who we are and what we should do, & # 39; said Biden.
Nummer Number two, we have the most productive employees. … We have more great research universities in this state and in this country than in the rest of the world combined.
& # 39; Why the hell are we walking around (saying) & # 39; Woe me. We're in trouble right now? & # 39; With the Trump administration out of the way, and I mean this sincerely, the possibilities are limitless in what we can do – absolutely limitless. & # 39;
Sunday's Biden campaign fund campaign was organized by Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont (shown on Thursday)
About 140 people attended the campaign event at Gov Lamont's house on Sunday.
The Hartford Courant reported that many of those present donated $ 2,800 to the Biden campaign, the maximum allowable contribution during the presidential primary season.
It was an important collection campaign given that Biden has fallen behind with funding at national and national level.
Data from the third quarter indicated that he was raised in Connecticut by Trump, Pete Buttigieg and Kamala Harris.
The approximately $ 151,000 he raised in the state last quarter could be surpassed by Sunday's contributions.
Lamont approved Biden early in the race after winning his own elections in 2018 with the support of the former vice president.
& # 39; I think people think he's a very credible, moderate alternative and the best hope to change things for this country, & # 39; Lamont told the Courant for fundraising.
Asked if he was concerned about the controversy in Ukraine that has been following the Biden campaign in recent weeks, the governor replied: & # 39; No. & # 39;
Both Biden and his son have denied that they have done anything wrong in the scandal that led to the deposition proceedings against Trump.
Biden accused Trump of targeting his family because polls suggested he had a strong lead over the incumbent in the 2020 elections.
After Sunday's event, Biden tweeted a call for Trump & # 39; s accusation.
& # 39; Donald Trump has asked three foreign governments to join him in our elections on behalf of him & # 39 ;, Biden wrote.
& # 39; In full view of the American people, he has violated his oath of office and betrayed our nation. He must be deposed. & # 39;
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