Biden Campaign's "World Is Laughing at Donald Trump" Video Wins Viral Moment

Screen capture from video of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, standing in a huddle with French President Emmanuel Macron, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, and Britain’s Princess Anne duri

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The former MA senator, US secretary of state, and 2004 Democratic presidential nominee announced his decision in a lengthy statement Thursday.

The man accused Biden of sending his son to Ukraine to sit on the board of Burisma, where he was paid at least $50,000 per month despite having no relevant experience, and said Biden was just as guilty of "selling access to the president" as Trump is.

President Donald Trump abruptly canceled his North Atlantic Treaty Organisation press conference and lashed out at Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau after a video appeared to show several world leaders mocking and laughing at him.

The ad is a compilation of clips of people laughing or mocking the president, opening with the recent North Atlantic Treaty Organisation video and showing his 2018 United Nations speech, when attendees chuckled after Trump said his administration had accomplished more than any other in America's history.

Together, the moments generated a digital buzz that has often eluded Biden, whose campaign appeals most to traditional, older Democratic voters.

He said Trudeau is two-faced. A series of embarrassing tongue-twists by the candidate and chiding from younger candidates to "pass the torch" have put Biden on the defensive, and the impeachment inquiry into Trump has unearthed the questionable relationship he had with Kiev while still in office, when he pressured the Ukrainian government to end an anti-corruption probe of the gas company Burisma.

France, the U.S. and Turkey traded barbs on Tuesday, with Trump berating Macron on his North Atlantic Treaty Organisation "brain dead" remark, last month. "Oh, and then you'll know what they'll say". "What happened in the recent North Atlantic Treaty Organisation conference has disturbed me".

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Biden, 77, is the current frontrunner in the race for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, according to an average of national polls by RealClearPolitics.com.

Former Vice President Joe Biden called a man a "damn liar" while campaigning in Iowa on Thursday.

"Why don't you just get out of here?" a man, believed to be a Biden supporter, said to the attendee who sparred with the presidential hopeful.

A Biden campaign aide later said online that Biden had said "facts" not "fat".

The voter said, "I didn't say you were doing anything wrong".

"I was kidding", Biden said during a gaggle afterward.

"Well, I knew you weren't voting for me, man", Biden said.

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Abe traveled to Iran in June but received a lecture from Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on how Trump couldn't be trusted. He later clarified he meant the United States offered them no financial support, though it backed their aspirations.


"Foreign policy is a major issue" for voters he encounters, Biden said in an interview.

The endorsement serves as a major vote of confidence in Biden from a respected party figure.

While there, along with his family, Trudeau wore numerous Indian outfits, prompting even the most left-wing of media to wonder if the get-ups veered into "costume" territory.

"But they usually tend to express it in slightly different language, and I think there's usually a willingness to try and sort it out".

Biden said, "You don't hear that on MSNBC". Another report found emails which revealed the oil company's consulting firm leveraged Hunter Biden to get a meeting with the U.S. State Department.

Meanwhile, Biden said he looks forward to Kerry joining him Friday in Iowa.

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