Vice President Joe Biden assailed Donald Trump’s ability to lead America at home and abroad on Monday, branding him as indifferent to the needs of Americans in his first campaign appearance with Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
Biden, who decided not to make a third presidential bid last year, said in native city of Scranton that Trump was “totally, thoroughly unqualified” to be president, calling him a dangerous voice on national security and foreign policy.
At home, he said, Trump’s reveling in his TV reality show tag-line, “You’re fired,” showed his true colors.
“He’s trying to tell us he cares about thttp://gnnliberia.com/wp-admin/post-new.phphe middle class? Give me a break. It’s such a bunch of malarkey,” Biden said, adding: “He doesn’t have a clue.”
Offering himself as a powerful character witness for Clinton, Biden cast the former secretary of state as the most qualified to lead the country, singling out her foreign policy experience. He cited his long history with Clinton, saying he’s known her for three decades, since before she was first lady in the 1990s.
“Hillary has forgotten more about American foreign policy then Trump and his entire team will ever understand,” he said. READ MORE OF THIS STORY
SOURCES: NewsNow/ABC News