Biden campaign blasts Trump said he ‘smiled’ about Kim’s ‘low IQ’ dig in 2020 hopefully

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The President is taking heat from Republicans-Rep. Adam Kinzinger for the appear on the page with the North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un and insult to Joe Biden. The “number” debates, when the comments have been attached.

The former Vice-President, Joe Biden presidential campaign, on Tuesday slammed President Trump are in favour of a low blow from North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un, called Trump, the answer is “below the dignity of the office.”

The campaign, the response came after Trump, who said for Memorial Day weekend in Japan, he “smiled” when Kim called Biden a “low IQ individual,” among other insults.

“The President’s comments are beneath the dignity of the office,” Deputy campaign Manager Kate Bedingfield said in a statement to Fox News on Tuesday. “On foreign soil, on Memorial Day, and on the side with a murderous dictator against a fellow American and former Vice-President, speaks for itself. And it is part of a pattern of comprehensive autocrats at the expense of our institutions — whether Putin’s word at face value, in Helsinki or the exchange of ‘love letters’ with Kim Jong-Un.”

A Biden campaign official told Fox News that your answer was delivered on Tuesday, due to Biden’s commitment to respect the purpose of memorial day and remembering those who made the ultimate sacrifice for the nation.

The response from the campaign came just a few days after Trump tweeted about his confidence in the leaders of the rogue regime, while doubling down on his criticism of Biden.

“North Korea fired some small arms, which disturbed some of my people, and others, but not me. I have confidence that Chairman Kim will keep his promise to me, and smiled, as he Biden Swampman Joe a low IQ individual, & worse. Maybe you can send me a signal?” Trump tweeted on Saturday.

Trump’s tweet came after a Korean Central News Agency editorial lobbed a series of insults at Biden. The editorial called Biden “praise himself” and said that it was unthinkable that the former Vice President himself as the most popular candidate.

“He is self-praising himself as the most popular presidential candidate. This is enough to make a cat laugh”, to read the piece.

Trump’s tweet came at a time when the National security adviser, John Bolton was clearly to say that the recent North Korean missile launch violated U. N. security Council. “U. N. security Council resolutions on North Korea prohibit from firing any ballistic missiles,” he said. “In terms of the violation of the U. N. security Council resolutions, there is no doubt about that.”

Kim and Trump met in a historic summit in 2018, after an aggressive pressure campaign at the beginning of a Trump presidency. Another summit in February, which ended with a trump card called ‘ walk away to North Korea, the US is lifting all its sanctions.

Meanwhile, the latest real clear politics national polling average, with Biden leading by double-digit growth rates in the crowded Democratic primary field. The latest Monmouth University poll showed Biden leads with 33 percent, sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., behind at 15 percent and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., with 10 per cent.

Fox News’ Sam Dorman, Adam Shaw, and Bradford contributed Betz to this report.

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