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President Biden criticizes Trump’s NATO remarks, labels him “Dangerous” and “Un-American”

Former President of the United States - Donald Trump (left) and President of the United States - Joe Biden (right) | Credits: Getty Images

United States: President of the United States – Joe Biden, has recently criticized former US president and his Republican opponent – Donald Trump for his recent remarks about NATO and allies. President Biden called the remarks “dangerous” and “un-American”.

He further stated that the recent statement has raised stakes for the US Congress to approve the funding for Ukraine, according to the reports by Reuters.

During the White House seating, the Democratic president highlighted that the statement by former President Trump had raised questions about the willingness of the United States to support members of the Western alliance.

He further stated that following this statement, the urgency to pass the funding support to Ukraine, which is battling against Russia, has increased. He was quoted saying, “The stakes were already high for American security before this bill was passed in the Senate last night.”

President Biden further stated, “But in recent days, those stakes have risen. And that’s because the former president has sent a dangerous, and shockingly, frankly un-American signal to the world,” according to the reports by Reuters.

Which statement by Trump has raised such comments?

Former US President, who is a potential Republican candidate for the 2024 Presidential elections, while conducting a political rally in South Carolina, stated that he would withdraw his support when the nations are in between a fight. He also said that he would encourage Russia to do whatever the hell “they want to do,” as per the reports by Reuters.

Donald Trump was quoted saying, “No, I would not protect you. In fact, I would encourage them (Russia) to do whatever they want. You gotta pay.”

An invitation to invade US allies: Biden

While criticizing the comments by Donald Trump, President Biden mentioned that such statements are an open invitation to Russia to invade the allies of the United States.

President of the United States – Joe Biden | Credits: Reuters

“Can you imagine a former president of the United States saying that? The whole world heard it,” President Biden said, adding, “And the worst thing is he means it. No other president in our history has ever bowed down to a Russian dictator. Well, let me say this as clearly as I can: I never will.”

President Biden further stated, “For God’s sake, it’s dumb, it’s shameful, it’s dangerous, it’s un-American.”

Furthermore, he called the Speaker of the Republican House of Representatives – Mike Johnson, to pass military aid for Ukraine worth US$95.34 billion. Biden also mentioned that if the US failed to support Ukraine amid its war against Russia, then it would be a clear sign of support for Russian President Vladimir Putin.

In addition to this, he emphasized that Russian President Putin will not stop and plans to expand the war deeper into Europe.

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