arab voice – Former US Vice President, potential presidential candidate Joe Biden, has said that keeping current President Donald Trump in power for a new term of office is affecting world safety.
Former US Vice President, potential presidential candidate Joe Biden, has said that keeping current President Donald Trump in power for a new term of office is affecting world safety.
If we give Donald Trump four more years in the White House, our planet may never recover.
— Joe Biden (Text Join to 30330) (@JoeBiden) March 8, 2020
Biden wrote on Twitter on Sunday: “If Trump gives us 4 new years in the White House, it may not be possible to restore the planet Earth.”
It is reported that ” the next presidential elections in the United States are scheduled for November 2020.”
It is noteworthy that Joe Biden won the primaries during the “Big Tuesday” in the United States of America, as he currently owns 283 delegates, while his main rival, Senator from Bernie Sanders, has 219.
On Saturday, US President Donald Trump ridiculed the Democratic Party and said that Democrats need to blame Russia for the technical defect, which occurred during the counting of votes in the Democratic primary in Iowa.
If you re-elect Donald Trump, he's going to cut Medicare and Social Security. I'm going to protect and expand these benefits. pic.twitter.com/psf4xAs3YS
— Joe Biden (Text Join to 30330) (@JoeBiden) March 7, 2020
The state of Iowa held primaries last Monday in the form of a party caucus for the electorate, but the Democratic Party’s local headquarters announced the final results only on Friday. The Democrats attributed this to software problems.
Sleepy Joe💤in St. Louis, Missouri today:
— Dan Scavino (@DanScavino) March 8, 2020
“I think they should blame again on Russia, Russia and Russia! If they can’t sort the votes correctly, how will they manage health care in the United States?” Trump wrote in a Twitter post.
Biden wrote on Twitter earlier: “Trump is the most president who has a sense of” indifference “and incompetence, to take over as US military chief.
He continued: “Every day that leads the helm of American national security is a dangerous day for the world.”