Donald Trump rages against & # 39; press scum & # 39; and calls & # 39; sleepy Joe & # 39; Biden & # 39; stupid like a rock & # 39; during the event to thank the US delegation to the General Assembly of the United Nations
- During what would be a thank-you event, Donald Trump started a tirade against Joe Biden and the press
- In a closed door event with the US delegation attending UNGA, the president called his political rival & # 39; stupid like a rock & # 39;
- He also expressed confidence that he will win the general elections in 2020
- & # 39; We look good for another four years and then if we want another four and another four & # 39;
- Together with the American ambassador, the president became a member of the Kelly Craft of the United Nations
- His criticism of the press and Biden comes when he is confronted with an investigation into accusation in the House after a phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky
Donald Trump distracted Wednesday from a private event with the US delegation and went on a tirade against Joe Biden where he found him & # 39; stupid like a rock & # 39; called.
Within a minute after he began to thank his comments attending the 74th session of UNGA this week in New York City, Trump began raging against "Sleepy Joe," a source told a LA Times reporter.
During the event, where he appeared alongside the US ambassador to Kelly Craft of the United Nations, Trump went up against & # 39; press shot & # 39; and expressed confidence in his chances in next year's presidential election.
& # 39; We look good for another four years and if we want four and another four, & # 39; he said, laughing from the American delegation in the room.
At a closed-door event with American delegation, Donald Trump began to swear against & # 39; Sleepy Joe & # 39; Biden and & # 39; press spectrum & # 39;
The event was intended as a thank-you to those who attended the United Nations General Assembly this week, but just a minute later Trump started a tirade, which Biden & # 39; stupid like a rock & # 39; called
The president's criticism of Biden and the press comes after a whistleblower's charges came to light last week that during a telephone conversation with Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky, Trump put him under pressure to ex-vice-president and his son Hunter Biden to investigate.
Hunter Biden was hired as a board member of the Ukrainian natural gas company Burisma Holdings in 2014, when his father served as Obama's vice president. Hunter reportedly earned $ 50,000 a month, but stepped down from his position with the company earlier this year.
Burisma Holdings had ties with the then Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych, a pro-Russian leader, who raised eyebrows. But at the time, the White House insisted that there was no conflict of interest because the vice-president's son was a private individual.
Trump claims that he did not put pressure on Zelesnky during the phone call on July 25, but admitted that he did talk about keeping foreign corruption outside of Ukraine, including from the US.
When releasing an unconfirmed transcript of the call, it was revealed that the president urged his Ukrainian counterpart to investigate Biden and his son, but also showed that Trump was not trying to tie the investigation to millions in military aid.
Trump has made it clear that he believes Biden is one of the three candidates he is likely to face in the 2020 general election
When revelations of the topics of the call came to light, Democrats came to the scene to call on Trump & # 39; s deposition, and on Tuesday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced that the lower chamber of Congress started a formal investigation into deposition.
Despite being confronted with deposition procedures, Trump is convinced that his chances will not be damaged in 2020.
Biden in the front-runner candidate in the busy field of Democrats, but lately slipping and in some polls has even fallen behind the progressive Elizabeth Warren.
Trump has also made it clear that he thinks Biden is one of the three most likely democrats he will face in the general election next year.
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