Former President Donald Trump gave his successor a harsh overview of his performance at his first G-7 summit.
Trump described President Joe Biden‘s actions on the assembly of worldwide leaders “a little bit frightening to watch, frankly.” Trump and Biden have accused one another of not doing what’s greatest for the nation relating to diplomatic relations with Russia and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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“They’re stealing our country. He’s going into deals that are a disaster, costing us trillions of dollars, and we have to rebuild our own bridges and our own roads. He wants to rebuild the world,” the previous president advised journalist Sara Carter on Wednesday, including that “what’s happening” is “not a good situation” and is “not good for our country.”
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Trump stated he was “the strongest ever on Russia” and accused Democrats of constructing it “impossible” for the United States to make agreements with Russia “because it was always, ‘Russia, Russia, Russia.’”
Biden and Putin are set to meet Wednesday at Geneva’s Villa La Grange. Once their talks conclude, the 2 sides will host separate press conferences, a divergence from when Putin and Trump met three years prior.