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John Kerry says trump slam on Biden ‘unworthy of a President’

Former U.S. Secretary of state John Kerry speaks at a press conference in Bogota, Colombia on Aug. 12, 2013.

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The former Secretary of state John Kerry blasted President trump for his attacks on former Vice-President Joe Biden, on Sunday, not named Trump, the words “unworthy of a President” and questions why the President is focused on his job.

“It is so personal. To engage So unworthy of a President of the United States, that … it does not show fear or something, I know it,” Kerry told CBS’ “Face the Nation”. “Why is he picking that at this point in time, as he has big problems he has to cope with?”

Kerry’s remarks came days after Trump Biden called a “dream” opponent in the 2020 presidential elections and were part of a harsh criticism of the President, which suggested that Trump was the creation of a distraction to the problems of the White house.

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“Look, Joe Biden, ran [President] three times,” Trump CBS News last week said. “He never got more than a percent, and President Obama took it out of the trash heap, and everyone was shocked that he did it. I would like to have, it’s Biden.”

Biden, the win is generally considered the current frontrunner to the democratic nomination in the year 2020, has recently intensified his criticism of the trombone.

Speaking recently on a podcast called “anger Management,” Biden said, that Trump the “zero-tolerance” immigration policy made him “ashamed” and added that the U.S. credibility on the world stage, worse.

“The reason why the rest of the world repaired to a large extent has not told us the example of our power, but the power of our example,” Biden.

He added: “And we send a signal that I just think is so harmful to our ability to be a positive force in a position of leadership in the world. Whether it is, or to Duterte whether it is to praise [the Philippines-leader Rodrigo] or praise {Vladimir] Putin, or praises of Kim Jong-Un. I mean, what do we do?”

Kerry’s comments come after a difficult week for Trump, who has a bipartisan beating for his contradictory statements to blame Russia for meddling in the 2016 presidential elections and for the increase of the doubts about the US intelligence community’s conclusions about Moscow’s meddling.

“That’s what he’s trying to escape,” Kerry said. “He wants to have them, which raises the question you just raised with me, that is the real question at the moment, nothing about Joe Biden, or what happened in the last campaign and everything,” Kerry said, adding, “What he is doing, he is not always looking for the diversion, getting away from the real economy of our country, because he knows how to do the actual task of our country.”

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