Biden’s Team Attacks Trump For Sending ‘Love Letters’ To A ‘Murderous Dictator’

Democratic presidential candidate, former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden speaks during a campaign kickoff rally, May 18, 2019 on Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Joe Biden’s campaign team attacked Donald Trump on Tuesday, saying that the president had spent his time during a state visit in Japan on Memorial Day siding with a “murderous dictator” and sending “love letters” to Kim Jong Un, according to The Hill.

Trump had criticized Biden while abroad, something that the former vice president’s team called “beneath the dignity of the office.” Trump attacked the politician’s record and said that Kim Jong Un had called Joe Biden a “low IQ individual.”

Trump said that he agreed with Kim Jong Un’s assessment.

The president faced immediate backlash from critics who said that he was siding with a foreign dictator over a leader from his own country, but Trump doubled down on his statement while standing next to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at a press conference.

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