Qasem Soleimani Dead: Joe Biden: Donald Trump Is "dangerously Incompetent" | United States | Iran | Iraq | Nndc Usa

Updated on 07/01/2020 at 18:38

New York (EFE). The former US vice president and Democratic presidential candidate, Joe Biden, on Tuesday described President Donald Trump as "dangerously incompetent" and "incapable world leader," to whom he opposed his commitment to diplomacy to solve the crisis with Iran .

In an intervention in New York to explain his position on the current escalation of tension with Tehran, Biden accused Trump of having no strategy and leaving the country "with very few options to move forward" and many of them bad.

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“Nobody wants war. But it will be necessary to work hard to make sure we don't end up there accidentally, ”Biden said.

Biden, who so far heads the polls of the Democratic candidates to attend the presidential elections, reproached Trump that he had not counted on Congress to launch the attack that ended the life of the powerful Iranian commander Qasem Soleimani and that he has not given until the moment evidence about the impending attacks that Soelimani allegedly planned against US targets.

In a speech in which he spoke of the president's need for accountability and in which he stressed that no president can take the country to war without the consent of Congress, Biden called the president's decision "impulsive."

"Trump's impulsive decision has done more to strengthen Iran's position in the region than any Soleimani conspiracy would have achieved," he said.

Joe Biden says President Trump has proved that he is 'dangerously incompetent' in the wake of the killing of Iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani pic.twitter.com/HdxXFD9BV2

– Reuters (@Reuters) January 7, 2020

Whoever was the right hand of President Barack Obama, asked Trump in his speech to abandon his diplomacy of "tweets, threats and lollipops", approach traditional partners and launch signals to Iran to reduce tensions, to avoid further progress by the same way.

Among them, he recommended that he resume the nuclear pact reached with Tehran in 2015, for which Iran halted uranium enrichment, and that the Trump Administration abandoned in 2018.


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