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

Cheryl Sanders
December 7, 2019

Polish politician Donald Tusk on Thursday tweeted a photo of him pointing a pair of fingers towards President Trump's back, a gesture some alarmed Twitter users likened to a gun.

As said on Wednesday NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, the total defence spending of the Alliance countries will grow by $ 130 billion in 2020 and $ 400 billion in 2024 compared with the year 2016.

In Algona, Biden slammed North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un for his recent attack on the former vice president while poking at Trump's interactions with him.

Biden's ad combines the recording of Trudeau with footage from a speech Trump gave to the United Nations, where leaders and diplomats in the General Assembly laughed when the president said nearly no USA administration had ever accomplished as much as his had.


"The world sees Trump for what he is", Biden says in the advertisement as clips of Trump roll by. They see him for what he really is: "dangerously incompetent and incapable of world leadership", the tweet reads.

A new campaign video put out by the presidential campaign of former Vice President Joe Biden Wednesday went viral overnight as it depicts President Donald Trump as a laughing stock on the world stage.

Former vice-president Joe Biden's campaign for the Democratic party's presidential nomination is using the recording as evidence that Trump is an worldwide laughingstock.

Speaking on CTV's Power Play on Thursday, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland sidestepped a question about whether the exposed conversation had hurt relations between Canada and the U.S. "It's not fair that they get US protection and they're not putting up their money, and they're - really, I call them - I used that term, "delinquent". At one point, Trudeau says: "You just watched his team's jaws drop to the floor". "Of course they do", Mr Murtaugh wrote in an email to the "Washington Post".


But less than an hour after Air Force One delivered Trump back to the USA on Wednesday night, Biden dropped his ad. He later said he was talking about Trump's unexpected announcement that the United States will host the next G7 leaders' summit at Camp David, an idea Trump had previously raised but not finalized.

On social media, the video was met with mixed reactions.

Viewers, however, did appear to largely agree on one thing: Trump would not be pleased.


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