The United States President Donald Trump has Joe Biden as “stone-cold crooked”, who is a leading contender of Democratic in 2020 President Elections for the White House, affirms the Republican President that he is “not going to destroy me”.
Joe Biden said, “Let me make something clear to Trump and his hatchet men and the special interests funding his attacks against me,” in prepared remarks distributed by his election campaign prior to an appearance last night in Reno, Nevada.
Mr. Biden is leading the most opinion polls among 19 Democrats seeking nomination to face Donald Trump in forthcoming Presidential Elections scheduled in 2020.
He was quoted saying, “I’m not going anywhere, You’re not going to destroy me and you’re not going to destroy my family. I don’t care how much money you spend or how dirty the attacks get.”
The argument started as President Trump, first in a series of social media post and then at a press conference, aggressively condemn an impeachment inquiry concerning a call on July, in which the US President has asked Ukrainian President to probe Joe Biden and his son Hunter, who has served on board for a Ukraine-based firm while Mr. Biden was Vice President.
Democrats have alleged President Trump of creating vulnerable pressure of the US ally to mediate 2020 Elections for his own political stand. On Wednesday, the US President has insisted that he has acted accordingly, and called Joe Biden and his son “stone-cold crooked”.
The US President has often accused the pair of wrongdoing without offering any evidence. Replying to his charges, Mr. Biden has accused President Trump of ‘abuse of power’ in a statement sent to sources ahead of his yesterday’s speech. He continued that President Trump’s election campaign intended at the Reno Event to highlight the US President as a frightened bully. Mr. Biden further said that Trump “did it because, like every bully in history – he’s afraid.”
“He’s afraid of just how badly I would beat him next November,” added Mr. Biden.