Team Joe Biden Humiliates Trump With Fiery Tuesday Take-Down


What exactly is Donald Trump’s thing for brutal, murdering dictators? The U.S. president goes out of his way to be rude and crude around the nation’s important allies. Yet, he cannot wait to visit North Korea’s Kim Jong Un and wants to throw Russia’s Vladimir Putin a military parade. Hopefully, that will not happen when POTUS usurps the Capitol’s Fourth of July celebration. Now, our great leader has taken the situation too far.

People think he cannot go lower, yet the man in the Oval Office manages to take the country ever deeper into the swamp until their eyeballs are all that are visible. While in Japan visiting Prime Minister Shinzō Abe, Trump announced that he agreed with North Korea’s dictator Kim Jong Un’s opinion of the president’s formidable 2020 opponent former vice president Joe Biden.

North Korea’s KNCA state media hit Biden, The Harretz Newspaper: :

‘…rhetoric slandering the supreme leadership of the DPRK (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea).’

Trump told a news conference while in Tokyo:

‘Well, Kim Jong Un made a statement that Joe Biden is a low IQ individual. He probably is, based on his record. I think I agree with him on that.’

One of Biden’s senior aides said that the 2020 presidential candidate did not make a comment earlier out of respect for those honored on Memorial Day. Then, Biden’s Deputy campaign manager Kate Bedingfield released a statement that read the commander-in-chief attacking Biden on foreign soil was:

‘…beneath the dignity of the office. To be on foreign soil, on Memorial Day, and to side repeatedly with a murderous dictator against a fellow American and former Vice President speaks for itself.’

She continued, saying that 45’s comments were:

‘…part of a pattern of embracing autocrats at the expense of our institutions.’

Reporters asked the president about people criticizing his Biden comments:

‘Joe Biden was a disaster, his administration with President Obama, they were basically a disaster when it came to so many things, whether it was economy, whether it was military … no matter what it was, they had a lot of problems. So, I’m not a fan.’

Writer and son of historian Michael Beschloss, Steven Beschloss, compared Trump’s blunder to the 2003 incident when the musical group Dixie Chicks appeared on a magazine nude except for negative words about President George W. Bush. As a result, many major radio stations banned the women, and their career took a serious hit. Beschloss asked:

‘Do you remember the attacks the Dixie Chicks faced when they complained from London they were embarrassed by George Bush? Will that same crowd condemn Trump for his shameful coveting of a murderous dictator and his support while in Japan of Kim’s attacks on former VP Biden?’

Long-time Republican pundit and Director Bill Kristol tweeted:

‘Trump attacking Democrats in Japan reminds me of when VP Quayle took a bipartisan delegation on AF2 to Duarte’s funeral in 1990. I still remember Ted Kennedy, before we landed, reminding his colleagues we were representing the U.S. and should leave political disagreements behind.’

Former Deputy Assistant to President Obama and former national security adviser to Biden, Colin Kahl tweeted:

‘Sanders doubles down on using Kim Jung Un to attack Biden (and does so on foreign soil). Reveling in apparent endorsements of Trump from brutal dictators is not a good argument for remaining the leader of the free world.’