Biden and Haley defend each other against rampaging Trump

Feb 13, 2024



Washington: US President Joe Biden and Republican challenger Nikki Haley came to each other's defense against frenzy donald trumpIts open incitement to Russia to attack NATO allies if it did not pay for protection continued to irritate Washington and European capitals.
Taking aim at Trump for his apparent invitation to Russia to attack NATO countries, Haley said the comments showed Trump “lacks moral clarity” and would send a “chill down everyone's spine.” should do”. “This is the kind of comment that makes Biden seem clear-headed,” Haley said, in apparent reference to a Justice Department report that referred to the president as “an elderly man with a failing memory.” Was. In her campaign for the Republican presidential nomination she has attacked both men on the basis of age and mental acuity.
Meanwhile, Biden defended Haley against Trump's crude suggestion that her husband, Michael Haley, who serves in the US National Guard in the Horn of Africa, had left her because of an alleged affair. “The answer is that Major Haley is currently overseas serving his country… We know Trump thinks our troops are 'suckers,' but this man will not be able to serve his country If it slapped him in the face.” Biden said.
Haley also continued to attack Trump for avoiding military service, telling Politico: “Military families have to endure a lot. And the fact that Donald Trump never even came close to a military uniform doesn't make him ever have that experience. Didn't happen, never know what it's like, goes to show why he keeps calling them worthless and losers.”
“I've talked for a long time about the fact that we need to have a mental competency test for anyone over the age of 75. Donald Trump claims he'll pass it — maybe he does Will go, maybe he won't. But if you make a mockery of service, a war veteran, you don't deserve a driver's license, let alone being president of the United States,” he said at a rally.
Trump's comments, widely considered inflammatory, do not appear to have cost him any support among his MAGA loyalists. Even Republican stalwarts who had been supportive of foreign policy in the past muted any criticism of her provocative comments on NATO, a stance that angered Haley, who served as the Trump White House's ambassador to the United Nations. has worked. “Why is there silence from the Republican Party? Like, where is everybody? Where are the Republicans in defense of our men and women in uniform who sacrifice for us and defend our country?” He asked.
Some polls show Haley ahead of Biden in the general election race, but to get there she would have to defeat Trump for the Republican nomination, which shows Trump is far ahead of her even in her home state of South Carolina, where the next There will be primary elections this week.



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